What is Electronic Invoice? – Definition, Types, And More
An electronic invoice is an invoice; it has the same legal effects as a paper invoice. Remember that an invoice is proof of the delivery of goods or the provision of services.
An electronic invoice is an invoice that issues and receives in electronic format.
An electronic invoice is subject to the consent of its recipient. The electronic invoice, therefore, is a legal alternative to the traditional paper invoice.
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Invoices, in general, and electronic invoices, in particular, are regulated by Royal Decree 1619/2012, of November 30, which approves the Regulation that regulates billing obligations. This Regulation establishes the rules that invoices must comply with, both on paper and electronic.