Definition of Taxation Statute


Taxation Statute means any statute, statutory instrument, enactment, law, bye law, regulation or legislative provision providing for or imposing any charge, assessment or levy to Taxation including, for the avoidance of doubt, any directives and regulations adopted by the Council of the European Union;
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Examples of Taxation Statute in a sentence

The Company has not within the period of six years ending on the date of this Agreement paid or become liable to pay any penalty, fine, surcharge or interest charged by virtue of the provisions of the Taxes Management Act (the "TMA") or any other Taxation Statute.
PENALTIES AND INTEREST No Group Member has within the period of 3 years ending on the date of this Agreement paid, and is not liable to pay, any fine, penalty, charge, surcharge or interest charged by virtue of any of the provisions of any Taxation Statute nor are there any circumstances which are likely to cause a Group Member to become liable to pay any fine, penalty, charge, surcharge or interest.
All deductions and payments required to be made under any Taxation Statute in respect of national insurance and social security contributions (including employer's contributions) have been so made.
DISTRIBUTIONS AND PAYMENTS 35.1 The Company has deducted and properly accounted to the appropriate Taxation Authority for all amounts which it has been obliged to deduct in respect of Taxation, has complied fully with all reporting requirements relating to all such amounts and has (where required by the applicable Taxation Statute) duly provided certificates of deduction of tax to the recipients of payments from which deductions have been made.
PENALTIES AND INTEREST * The Company has not since the Accounts Date paid, and is not liable to pay, any fine, penalty, charge, surcharge or interest charged by virtue of any of the provisions of any Taxation Statute or otherwise paid any Taxation after its due date for payment or become liable to pay any Taxation the due date for payment of which has passed or become prospectively liable to pay any Taxation the due date for payment of which will arise in the 30 days after the date of this Agreement.