Taxes and Public Charges means all public taxes or public charges including income taxes, corporate taxes and other taxes, which are applicable in Japan.
Examples of Taxes and Public Charges in a sentence
The stamp duties and any other similar Taxes and Public Charges incurred in relation to the preparation, amendment or enforcement of this Agreement and any documents related hereto shall be borne by the Borrower.
Unless otherwise required by Laws and Ordinances, the Borrower shall not deduct Taxes and Public Charges from the amount of obligations to be paid pursuant to this Agreement.
If it is necessary to deduct Taxes and Public Charges from the amount payable by the Borrower, the Borrower shall additionally pay the amount necessary in order for the Lender to be able to receive the amount that it would receive if no Taxes and Public Charges were imposed.
If the Lender has paid these Taxes and Public Charges in the place of the Borrower, the Borrower shall, immediately upon the Lenders request, pay the same in accordance with the provision of Section 14.