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Invoice

Bill written by a seller of goods or services and submitted to a purchaser for payment.

Invoice

A statement given by a seller to a buyer itemizing the sale and demanding payment. An invoice may be for the sale of a good or a service. The invoice usually states the names of the counterparties and the goods and/or services purchased, and adds any applicable sales tax or VAT. It may also include the terms of sale, especially if it is a credit sale. An invoice is also called a bill or a due bill. See also: Receipt.

invoice

a document sent by a supplier to a customer that itemizes the products supplied to the customer, their prices, and the total amount of money owed by the customer for these products. An invoice is usually sent after the products have been shipped with their associated DELIVERY NOTE, and serves to inform the customer that payment is required. See STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT.

invoice

a document sent by a supplier to a customer that itemizes the products supplied to the customer, their prices, and the total amount of money owed by the customer for these products. An invoice is usually sent after the products have been shipped, with their associated DELIVERY NOTE, and serves to inform the customer that payment is required. See STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT.
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The company's common stock will begin trading on an ex-distribution basis, without due bills attached from the opening of trading on 11 December 2014.
The performance bond shall be constituted in one of the following ways: - by a guarantee instrument issued under the law by a banking company or an insurance company, which is annex to the contract, withholding -by successive partial payment due bills , under art.
The performance guarantee shall be in the amount of 5% of the contract value excluding VAT through a guarantee instrument issued under the law by a banking company or an insurance company (original) or through successive deductions from payments due bills partial compliance with the provisions of Article 90 of GD 925/2006.
The performance bond shall be in the amount of 5% of the contract value excluding VAT through a guarantee instrument issued under the law of a banking company or an insurance company (original) or by withholding payment due bills successive partial compliance with the provisions of Article 90 of Government Decision no.
1) of GD 925 / 2006 or by retaining successive partial sums due bills, as provided in Article 90.
The Due Bills will be redeemed on April 18, 2013 once all trades with attached Due Bills entered into up to April 15, 2013 have settled.