delivery note


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delivery note

a document sent by a supplier to a customer at the time when products are supplied, itemizing the physical quantities of product supplied. Thereafter an INVOICE is usually sent to the customer showing the money value of products supplied. Compare STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT.

delivery note

a document sent by a supplier to a customer at the time when products are supplied that itemizes the physical quantities of product supplied. Thereafter an INVOICE is usually sent to the customer showing the money value of products supplied. Compare STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT.
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Additionally, the group manually processed around 750 customer invoices and 8,000 delivery notes per month, with an invoice date before the 5th of each month.
The invoices, delivery notes and other documents related to prepaid and postpaid mobile phone numbers allegedly used by two defendants -- Mustafa Badreddine and Hassan Merhi -- and the red and green phone networks.
Chris addressed the delivery note to "Cloud 9, Peace and Quiet Road, Heaven, Near Scotland".
Central to defense against malpractice for shoulder dystocia-related injury is a detailed delivery note in which the estimated fetal weight, length of first and second stages of labor, method of delivery, and maneuvers performed are specified.
One of the bags contained a delivery note from a bathroom company with a customers name and address on it.
When a delivery is complete, the driver scans the delivery note and captures the customer's signature with a time stamp.
However, the delivery note showed that two NHS hearing aids had been delivered.
They can then be delivered electronically to whoever needs to check the invoice, entered into the accounting system, be verified against the delivery note and then request authorisation electronically.
Investigators also found a delivery note for a pounds 456 cash sale and for 80 cases of prawns for pounds 6,240 which had not been invoiced.
The delivery note posted through people's doors, using the Royal Mail postage paid logo to add authenticity, promised a free camera but the small print explains that phone calls were charged at pounds 1.
I wrote a letter of complaint to Citilink and appealed with a delivery note from the Masquerade.
The court was told he had checked the back of his lorry but filled in a delivery note when he climbed into his cab before reversing.