Tax Statute means any primary or secondary statute, instrument, enactment, order, law, by-law, or regulation making any provision for or in relation to Tax whether of the United States of America, the United Kingdom or elsewhere.
On September 23, 2013, Argentina's federal Income Tax Statute was amended to include a 10% income tax withholding on dividend distributions by Argentine corporations and branch profit distributions by foreign corporations.
The representations and warranties of the parties hereto contained herein shall survive the Closing for a period of 24 months, except that (a) Tax Warranties in respect of a particular Tax shall survive until the Tax Statute of Limitations Date for such Tax and (b) Title and Authorization Warranties shall survive forever.
Such sum is paid to the State of Florida by the Landlord under the Florida Sales Tax Statute.
The representations and warranties of the parties hereto contained herein and in the Related Agreements shall survive the Closing for a period of eighteen (18) months after the Closing, except that (a) Environmental Warranties shall survive the Closing for a period of five (5) years after the Closing, (b) Tax Warranties shall survive the Closing until the Tax Statute of Limitations Date, and (c) Title and Authorization Warranties shall survive the Closing forever.
The Tax Statute of Limitations Date means the close of business on the 45th day after the expiration of the applicable statute of limitations with respect to such Tax matter, including any extensions thereof (or if such date is not a business day, the next business day).