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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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7 for 2014 on exempting subscribers at the Syrian Communications Establishments from interests and fees if they pay their due bills by the end of 2014.
Pursuant to the New York Stock Exchange's "due bills" trading procedure, holders of Capital Trust class A common shares (other than those newly issued to Blackstone) at the close of business on the December 20, 2012 will receive the dividend payment, and the common stock will begin to trade ex-dividend on December 21, 2012.
More than two months of protests and a strike by contract workers demanding permanent employment at EDL have left the electricity provider struggling to conduct vital repairs and collect due bills.
James told police he used the money from the first robbery to pay his rent and past due bills, and to visit a strip club.
Tenders are invited for 200,000 gallatin utility bills, laser form, white, 24# long grain, perforated 3-1/2" from top of paper, printed in three colors to customer specifications on two sides; 30,000 gallatin past due bills, laser form, white, 24# long grain, perforated 3-1/2" from top of paper, printed in two colors (red/black) to customer specifications on one side; 300,000 #10 bulk rate envelopes, #10 envelopes, 24# white wove, security tinted - interior, non-side seam (side seam envelopes will not be accepted), one window address left hand corner, window acetate flat, seamless, imprinted with bulk rate postage, imprinted with address service requested to post office specifications, printed in blue to customer specifications; etc.
Shareholders of Journal Communications and the company who sell their shares before the closing date, the former will be selling their right to receive the shares of Journal Media while the the latter will be selling their right to receive the special cash dividend and the shares of Journal Media and therefore, from 23 March till the day before the closing, Scripps' and Journal Communications' shares are trading with "due bills".
Since the workers went on strike last month, the state-run electricity provider has only collected a fraction of due bills, reports have said.
Healthcare properties company CareTrust REIT (NasdaqGS:CTRE) said on Monday that its common stock will trade with "due bills" during the period from 29 October 2014 through and including 10 December 2014 in connection with its recent special dividend of USD5.88 per share.
Ashland common stock "regular way" market: Shares of Ashland common stock that trade in the regular way market will trade with "due bills," which are entitlements to shares of Valvoline common stock to be distributed pursuant to the distribution.
The constitution of the performance bond: a) bank letter of guarantee for good performance; b) guarantee instrument issued under the law by an insurance company - is presented in the original; c) withholding successive partial amounts due bills. In this case, the Contractor shall provide the Contracting Authority to open an account at the State Treasury.