Definition of Taxing Jurisdiction

  1. 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.

Examples of Taxing Jurisdiction in a sentence

  1. Aggregate Spin-Off Tax Liabilities shall mean the sum of the Spin-Off Tax Liabilities with respect to each Taxing Jurisdiction.
  2. All payments of, or in respect of the Securities (including but not limited to payments of cash in lieu of any fractional Common Shares upon conversion and coupons), shall be made without withholding or deduction for, or on account of, any present or future taxes, duties, assessments or governmental charges of whatever nature imposed or levied by or on behalf of a Taxing Jurisdiction, unless such withholding or deduction is required by law.
  3. Taxing Jurisdiction has the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 2.15(a);

Definition of Taxing Jurisdiction in Purchase Agreement

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.


Definition of Taxing Jurisdiction in Amended and Restated Operating Agreement

Taxing Jurisdiction means the United States and every other government or governmental unit having jurisdiction to tax Parent, SpinCo or any of their respective Affiliates.


Definition of Taxing Jurisdiction in Aircraft Purchase Agreement

Taxing Jurisdiction means (i) with respect to any payment made under the Notes, any jurisdiction (or any political subdivision thereof or therein) in which the Company, or any of its successors, is organized or resident for tax purposes or conduct of business, or from or through which payment is made and (ii) with respect to any payment made by a Guarantor, any jurisdiction (or any political subdivision thereof or therein) in which such Guarantor is organized or resident for tax purposes or conduct of business, or from or through which payment is made.