wechselt ab der Steuerschuldner

English translation: ...but the tax debtor has changed

03:21 Jan 14, 2004
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial - Law: Taxation & Customs
German term or phrase: wechselt ab der Steuerschuldner
· Ist die Lieferung bzw. sonstige Leistung des leistenden Unternehmers in Deutschland zwar steuerbar und steuerpflichtig, wechselt ab der Steuerschuldner (§ 13b UStG; näheres hierzu im weiteren Text), so ist diese Tatsache ebenfalls auf der Rechnung zu vermerken
Vishal
English translation:...but the tax debtor has changed
Explanation:
.. only logical if the original means "wechselt aber der ...." instead of "ab" (which I believe to be the case).
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swisstell
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...but the tax debtor has changed


Explanation:
.. only logical if the original means "wechselt aber der ...." instead of "ab" (which I believe to be the case).

swisstell
Italy
Local time: 00:19
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Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in category: 30
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agree  Robin Salmon
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agree  beermatt: as long as it's "but if the...." or "but in case the...."
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