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;
Examples of Taxation Statute in a sentence
References to a Transaction occurring on or before Completion shall include a Transaction deemed pursuant to any Taxation Statute, to occur or which is otherwise treated or regarded as occurring on or before Completion.
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.
Section 4.15(a)(vii) of the Company Disclosure Schedule contains full particulars of all matters relating to Taxation in respect of which the Company is or at Closing will be entitled (a) to make any claim (including a supplementary claim), disclaimer or election for relief under any Taxation Statute; (b) to appeal against any assessment or determination relating to Taxation; (c) to apply for a postponement of Taxation.
1.5All Taxation (including where applicable national insurance contributions) deductible under the PAYE system, the Construction Industry Scheme and/or any other Taxation Statute has, so far as is required to be deducted, been deducted from all payments made (or treated as made) by the Companies or any Subsidiary.
The Seller shall not unreasonably refuse to accept any such comments; 9.3.3 where the Company is not required under the relevant Taxation Statute to sign a material document but the Seller proposes to correspond with the Taxation Authority then the Seller shall first deliver to the Buyer a draft of such correspondence and shall provide the Buyer with an opportunity to comment thereon which shall be done timeously.