Definition of Taxing Jurisdiction


Taxing Jurisdiction means the federal, state, local, or foreign government that collects tax, interest, or penalties, however designated, on any Member's share of the income or gain attributable to the Company.
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Examples of Taxing Jurisdiction in a sentence

To the extent that the laws of any Taxing Jurisdiction require, the Member will submit an agreement indicating that the Member will make timely income tax payments to the Taxing Jurisdiction and that the Member accepts personal jurisdiction of the Taxing Jurisdiction with regard to the collection of income taxes attributable to the Member's income, and interest, and penalties assessed on such income.
If the Member fails to provide such agreement, the Company may withhold and pay over to such Taxing Jurisdiction the amount of tax, penalty, and interest determined under the laws of the Taxing Jurisdiction with respect to such income.
All payments made by the Guarantor under or with respect to the Guarantees will be made free and clear of and without withholding or deduction for or on account of any present or future taxes, duties, levies, imposts, assessments or governmental charges of whatever nature imposed or levied by or on behalf of any Taxing Jurisdiction (Taxes), unless the Guarantor is required to withhold or deduct Taxes by law or by the interpretation or administration thereof.
Aggregate Spin-Off Tax Liabilities shall mean the sum of the Spin-Off Tax Liabilities with respect to each Taxing Jurisdiction.
To the extent required by any provision of any state or local tax law, the Company shall file a composite tax return on behalf of one or more of its Members and shall report and pay income taxes required by law to be paid with such composite tax returns to any Taxing Jurisdiction, and any such amounts shall be treated as a distribution to the Member for whom such composite tax return is filed.