Consular Invoice definition :
A document prepared by the shipper and certified in the country of origin by a consul of the country of importation. It shows the transaction details and origin of the goods.
- A document prepared by the shipper and certified in the country of origin by a consu...
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A document, required by some foreign countries, describing a shipment of goods and showing information such as the consignor, consignee, and value of the shipment.
An invoice covering a shipment of goods, usually required to be certified by the counsel of the country for which the merchandise is destined.
A detailed statement regarding the character of goods shipped, duly certified by the consul of the importing country at the port of shipment.
A document, required by some countries, which provides information on the shipment of goods (e.g. consignor, consignee, value of the shipment, etc.).
Refer to: Consular Formalities and Documentation, Customs and Administrative Entry Procedures,
The date a taxpayer receives dividends or other income, for use in the determination of taxes.
A Bolivian revenue stamp of 1951 to collect the fee on consular invoices.
In international law, consularization is the act of authenticating any legal document by the consul office, by the consul signing and affixing a red ribbon to the document.
See also: Invoice, Transaction, Manufacture, Commercial invoice, Compensation