Definition of Taxes and Duties

  1. Taxes and Duties means any and all taxes, levies, imposts, duties, charges, assessments or fees of any nature, including income tax, corporation tax or other taxes, that may be imposed by any government or taxing authority in connection with this Agreement.

Examples of Taxes and Duties in a sentence

  1. The rights and obligations of the Parties under the following Articles and related Exhibits shall survive the expiration, termination, completion or cancellation of this Agreement: Payment for Products Taxes and Duties Patents Data Limitation of Liability Governmental Authorization, Export Shipment Miscellaneous
  2. Notarial Fees, Registration, Stamp and Transfer Taxes and Duties.
  3. New Taxes and Duties shall not include a change in the amount or rate of a tax or duty in effect on the Effective Date, but shall include a change in law or change in interpretation of an existing tax or duty becoming applicable to any Vessel or to any materials, supplies or equipment used in the performance of this Contract.

Definition of Taxes and Duties in Term Loan Agreement

Taxes and Duties means any and all taxes, levies, imposts, duties, charges, assessments or fees of any nature, including income tax, corporation tax or other taxes, that may be imposed by any government or taxing authority in connection with this Agreement.