SEC Filings

8-K
CIMPRESS N.V. filed this Form 8-K on 01/08/2019
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(being the balance sheet profits and any reserves available for this purpose, in each case in accordance with art. 675(2) and art. 671(1) and (2), no. 3, of the Swiss Federal Code of Obligations) at the time or times payment under or pursuant to the Loan Documents is requested from such Swiss Borrower, and further provided that such limitation (as may apply from time to time or not) shall not (generally or definitively) free such Swiss Borrower from payment obligations hereunder in excess thereof, but merely postpone the payment date therefor until such times as payment is again permitted notwithstanding such limitation. Any and all indemnities and guarantees contained in the Loan Documents including, in particular, Section 18(A)(iv) of the Guaranty shall be construed in a manner consistent with the provisos herein contained.
(b)    In respect of Restricted Obligations, each Swiss Borrower shall:
(i)    use its best endeavours to procure that the fulfilment of the Restricted Obligations can be made without deduction of Swiss Withholding Tax by discharging the liability of such tax by notification pursuant to applicable law (including applicable double tax treaties) rather than payment of the tax;
(ii)    if the notification procedure pursuant to sub-paragraph (i) above does not apply (or does only apply partially) and if and to the extent required by applicable law (including applicable double tax treaties) in force at the relevant time:
(A)    deduct Swiss anticipatory tax (Verrechnungssteuer; Swiss Withholding Tax) at the rate of 35% (or such other rate as in force from time to time) from any payment made by it in respect of Restricted Obligations;
(B)    pay any such deduction to the Swiss Federal Tax Administration; and
(C)    notify (or ensure that the Company notifies) the Administrative Agent that such a deduction has been made and provide the Administrative Agent with evidence that such a deduction has been paid to the Swiss Federal Tax Administration, all in accordance with Section 18(A)(i) of the Guaranty; and
(iii)    shall use its best endeavours to procure that any person who is entitled to a full or partial refund of the Swiss Withholding Tax deducted pursuant to this Section 10.02:
(A)    request a refund of the Swiss Withholding Tax under applicable law (domestic law and applicable double tax treaties) as soon as possible; and
(B)    pay to the Lenders upon receipt any amount so refunded to cover any outstanding part of the Restricted Obligations; and
(iv)    to the extent such a deduction is made, not be obliged to either gross-up, in particular, in accordance with Section 18(A)(i) of the Guaranty or indemnify each Recipient, in particular, in accordance with Section 18(A)(iv) of the Guaranty in relation to any such payment made by it in respect of Restricted Obligations unless such gross-up or tax indemnity payment is permitted under the laws of Switzerland then in force.
(c)    If and to the extent requested by the Administrative Agent and if and to the extent this is from time to time required under Swiss law (restricting profit distributions), in order to allow

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