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An itemized statement or written account of goods sent to a purchaser or consignee by a vendor that indicates the quantity and price of each piece of merchandise shipped.

A consular invoice is one used in foreign trade. It is signed by the consul of the nation to which the merchandise is shipped. Such an invoice facilitates the entry through the destination country, since the quality and value of the shipment are verified prior to its arrival.


(Bill), noun account, account rendered, note, reckoning, statement, statement of account, statement of obligations, statement particularizing debts due, tab


(Itemized list), noun account of goods shipped, account of merchandise, bill of lading, check list, enumeration, inventory, itemized account, libellus, list of goods, list of items, list of items shipped, list of mercantile goods, merchandise specification, schedule, schedule of items and their respective prices
Associated concepts: uniform commercial code
See also: assess, charge, register

INVOICE, commerce. An account of goods or merchandise sent by merchants to their correspondents at home or abroad, in which the marks of each package, with other particulars, are set forth. Marsh. Ins. 408; Dane's Ab. Index, h. t. An invoice ought to contain a detailed statement, which should indicate the nature, quantity, quality, and price of the things sold, deposited, &c. 1 Pardess. Dr. Com. n. 248. Vide Bill of Lading; and 2 Wash. C. C. R. 113; Id. 155.

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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 due bills will settle on the third trading day after the distribution date.
The constitution of the performance bond: a) letter of guarantee for good performance; b) guarantee instrument issued under the law by an insurance company - are presented in original; c) withholding successive partial amounts due bills. In this case, the Contractor shall provide the Contracting Authority to open an account in the State Treasury.
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 by withholding successive payments due bills Partial compliance with the provisions of Article 90 of GD 925/2006 modified.
( 1) of GD 925/2006 or re Maintenance successive par amounts due bills essential in conditioning set out in Article 90 para.
The performance bond may be formed by a letter of guarantee issued by a banking company / insurance company, or re Maintenance successive par amounts due bills Essential
And prior to the balanced budget passed over his veto, past due bills skyrocketed to $16 million.
The constitution of GBE: guarantee instrument issued under the law by an insurance company - original; withholding of amounts due bills successive partial compliance with art.
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.
Refund guarantee of participation will be based on the form sent to fax 0232-410852 E2 performance guarantee = 5% (2.5% for SMEs) in the value of the contract award without VAT and may be formed by: - ??a letter of guarantee (F6 in original form); - Deposit cash to the cashier of the contracting authority; - Deductions successive partial sums due bills, in which case, the contractor is required to open an account at the State Treasury of funds available to the contracting authority that it will feed at least 0.5% of the initial contract price, conf.