Definition of Tax Treaty Jurisdiction


Tax Treaty Jurisdiction means a jurisdiction which has in force a double tax treaty with the Russian Federation (or with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to which the Russian Federation has succeeded) which provides for full exemption from Russian withholding tax on interest derived from a source within the Russian Federation payable to a resident of such jurisdiction.
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Examples of Tax Treaty Jurisdiction in a sentence

Tax Treaty Jurisdiction means a jurisdiction which has in force a double tax treaty with the Russian Federation (or with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to which the Russian Federation has succeeded) which provides for full exemption from Russian withholding tax on interest derived from a source within the Russian Federation payable to a resident of such jurisdiction.
Tax Payment means an increased payment made by the Borrower to a Lender under Clause 10.2 or a payment under Clause 10.3. Tax Treaty Jurisdiction means a jurisdiction, which has in force a double tax treaty with the Russian Federation (or with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to which the Russian Federation has succeeded), which provides for full exemption from Russian withholding tax on interest derived from a source within the Russian Federation payable to a resident of such jurisdiction.
Qualifying Lender means a Lender which is situated for tax purposes in the Russian Federation or in a Tax Treaty Jurisdiction.
Qualifying Lender means a Lender, which is situated for tax purposes in (i) the Russian Federation, (ii) in a Tax Treaty Jurisdiction or (iii) in the United Kingdom or the Federal Republic of Germany.
Qualifying Lender means a Lender, which is situated for tax purposes in (i) the Russian Federation, (ii) in a Tax Treaty Jurisdiction or (iii) in the United Kingdom or Sweden.