Definition of Tax Partnership

  1. Tax Partnership means the relationship (constituting a tax partnership for federal and applicable state law tax purposes) between the Parties existing pursuant to this Agreement.

Examples of Tax Partnership in a sentence

  1. Except for CWEI, each Party irrevocably waives any right it may have to maintain any action for partition of the property of the Tax Partnership.
  2. Following the Closing, (i) the Partnership will be treated as a partner in the Marcellus JV Tax Partnership for federal income tax purposes, and (ii) all items of income, gain, deduction and loss of the Marcellus JV Tax Partnership that are attributable to the Marcellus JV Tax Partnerships interest in the Area A Tax Partnership will be specially allocated 67.5% to the Partnership and 32.5% Mitsui.
  3. E-57 ARTICLE III TAX ELECTIONS AND ALLOCATIONS 3.1 Tax Partnership Election.

Definition of Tax Partnership in Agreement

Tax Partnership means the relationship (constituting a tax partnership for federal and applicable state law tax purposes) between the Parties existing pursuant to this Agreement.


Definition of Tax Partnership in Participation Agreement

Tax Partnership means the arrangement and undertaking evidenced by the COO Agreement.