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Invoice. Terms and conditions
Thread poster: Galiya Samylicheva

Galiya Samylicheva  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 20:21
English to Russian
Sep 16, 2019

Hi, I am new here, so apologies if you find my question naive. I have not done a single invoice yet. I noticed when invoicing we would need to fill in the terms & condition section of it, can you share the most general one with me, please or can you advise what you put in there? Or just leave it blank? Thanks

[Edited at 2019-09-16 17:56 GMT]


 

Daryo
United Kingdom
Local time: 20:21
Serbian to English
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Wrong question Sep 17, 2019

Galiya Samylicheva wrote:

Hi, I am new here, so apologies if you find my question naive. I have not done a single invoice yet. I noticed when invoicing we would need to fill in the terms & condition section of it, can you share the most general one with me, please or can you advise what you put in there? Or just leave it blank? Thanks

[Edited at 2019-09-16 17:56 GMT]


The stage of invoicing is not the time for negotiating (or even simply stating terms and conditions) - that has to be agreed BEFORE you even translate the first word.

"Terms & conditions" that have not been mutually agreed - preferably before you start translating - are not worth the paper they are printed on (or the pixels on the screen they are displayed on). You could put whatever you want - wouldn't matter.


 


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