Commercial Invoice

Commercial Invoice :

It is one of the most important documents issued by the seller in the standardised format. The invoice is usually made out for the full realisable amount of goods as per trade term, the exception being the undrawn balance which is shown as a deduction from the full amount.

If the export documents are drawn under L / C, unless otherwise stated in L / C, commercial invoice must be made out in the name of the applicant for the credit and the description of the goods in the commercial invoice must correspond with the description in the credit Similarly, it should be noted that unless otherwise stipulated in the credit, banks may refuse commercial invoice issued for amount in excess of the amount permitted by the credit.

The invoice should be strictly according to the contract of sale and should be on the paper of the seller and must be signed by him or by the person acting on his behalf.

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