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MANU/EXCR/0026/2016 - (Ministry of Finance ) (19 Jul 2016)

Manual signatures on digitally signed invoices


The Central Board of Excise and Customs clarified that a manufacturer or service provider opting to issue invoices authenticated by digital signature can send a physical, manually signed copy to customers.

The Board had received representations from trade that many customers did not have the requisite IT infrastructure to accept electronic invoices.

Relevant : Issuing, preserving and authenticating electronic invoices MANU/EXNT/0020/2015


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