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Vodafone - What information do I enter in the compliance fields when creating a Vodafone invoice?: 000003380

Article Number: 000003380
You are required to fill in the compliance fields based on the invoicing country.
 
- When you create an PO or Non-PO based invoice, you will be presented with the fields below:
 
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- You will only fill out the field that is related to the invoicing country. Hover your mouse over the "?" to get more information about a field:

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- After the invoice is submitted, the required field will automatically pre-populate meaning you will only have to populate the field once.
 
 
See below for the explanation of each compliance field per country:

 
CountryFooter FieldsDefinitionExamples
Austria
Legal formThe legal form represents the status of a commercial entity. There are many types of business entities defined in the legal systems of various countries and rules vary per country. The most common types of commercial entities are corporations, cooperatives, partnerships, sole traders, limited liability companies and other types of entities. The legal form represents their status. E.g. Inc, Plc, SA, Ltd, GmbH, etcGmbH, AG, OG, KG
Registered officeA registered office is the official address of an incorporated company, association or any other legal entity. Generally it will form part of the public record and is required in most countries where the registered organization or legal entity is incorporated. 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Court of registrationThe court of company registration is the institution responsible with company registration in any given country or region. The data in the business register (on the companies registered) is managed by the courts in their capacity as 'Court of Registration'. 
Belgium
Legal formThe legal form represents the status of a commercial entity. There are many types of business entities defined in the legal systems of various countries and rules vary per country. The most common types of commercial entities are corporations, cooperatives, partnerships, sole traders, limited liability companies and other types of entities. The legal form represents their status. E.g. Inc, Plc, SA, Ltd, GmbH, etcThe legal form of the company (NV, BVBA, CVBA,. . .)
Registered officeA registered office is the official address of an incorporated company, association or any other legal entity. Generally it forms part of the public record and is required in most countries where the registered organization or legal entity is incorporated.The statutory seat
Court of registrationThe court of company registration is the institution responsible with company registration in any given country or region. The data in the business register (on the companies registered) is managed by the courts in their capacity as Courts of Registration.The name of the city where the competent commercial court of the district is located with the word "RPR" (Dutch) or "RPM" (French).
Example: RPR Brussels
Croatia
Registered seatThe seat of a company or organisation, as a legal entity, is the location of its headquarters. According to international and national procedural law, specific legal actions with legal effect for and against the legal entity can be performed at the seat of the entity. 
Commercial courtThe Commercial Court is a specialist court that deals mostly with commercial matters including: civil law cases regarding international trade, banking, insurance, commodities, arbitration disputes, etc. 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Share capitalShare capital refers to the portion of a company's equity that has been obtained by trading stock to a shareholder for cash. The amount of share capital must be indicated in the company’s bylaws, as well as on some documents issued by the company, such as contracts, letters, invoices, advertisements, etc. 
Names of board membersA board of directors is a body of elected or appointed members who jointly oversee the activities of a company. Other names include board of governors, board of managers, board of regents, board of trustees and often only ‘the board’. 
Cyprus
Private or public companyThe principal difference between public and privately held companies is that public companies have shares that can be publicly traded on a stock market. Whereas, privately held companies are typically owned by the company's founders, management or a group of private investors. 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Share capitalShare capital refers to the portion of a company's equity that has been obtained by trading stock to a shareholder for cash. The amount of share capital must be indicated in the company’s bylaws, as well as on some documents issued by the company, such as contracts, letters, invoices, advertisements, etc. 
Czech RepublicRegistration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
EstoniaRegistration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Finland
Finnish business IDIn Finland all companies require a ‘Business ID/Y-Tunnus’. The business ID is the identity code of a company. The Business ID replaced the Trade Register Number, Foundation Register Number and Business Code, which were used in the past. 
Town of registrationThe town of registration is the location of a company’s headquarters. According to international and national procedural law, specific legal actions with legal effect for and against the company can be performed in accordance to the location of that entity. 
France
Legal formThe legal form represents the status of a commercial entity. There are many types of business entities defined in the legal systems of various countries and rules vary per country. The most common types of commercial entities are corporations, cooperatives, partnerships, sole traders, limited liability companies and other types of entities. The legal form represents their status. E.g. Inc, Plc, SA, Ltd, GmbH, etcSA, SAS, SARL, EURL,
Share capitalShare capital refers to the portion of a company's equity that has been obtained by trading stock to a shareholder for cash. The amount of share capital must be indicated in the company’s bylaws, as well as on some documents issued by the company, such as contracts, letters, invoices, advertisements, etc. 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Late payment penaltiesAccording to article L. 441-6 of the French Code of commerce (commercial code), penalties for late payment apply as of right, as from the date on which the payment was due. 
Collection feesInterest and compensation information on late payments 
Town of registrationThe town of registration is the location of a company’s headquarters. According to international and national procedural law, specific legal actions with legal effect for and against the company can be performed in accordance to the location of that entity. 
Advance payment termsThey are the contractual terms for pre-payment, early payment of a liability or obligation. They can be for a total or partial amount of a contractually due sum that is paid or received in advance for goods or services. 
Germany
Legal formThe legal form represents the status of a commercial entity. There are many types of business entities defined in the legal systems of various countries and rules vary per country. The most common types of commercial entities are corporations, cooperatives, partnerships, sole traders, limited liability companies and other types of entities. The legal form represents their status. E.g. Inc, Plc, SA, Ltd, GmbH, etcGmbH, AG, UG, PartG
Court of registrationThe court of company registration is the institution responsible with company registration in any given country or region. The data in the business register (on the companies registered) is managed by the courts in their capacity as 'Court of Registration'. 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Managing director / board membersThe managing director is the most senior role in a company with ultimate responsibility for the company's performance and reporting to the chairman and CEO. Board members are the elected directors who jointly oversee the activities of a company. 
Share capitalShare capital refers to the portion of a company's equity that has been obtained by trading stock to a shareholder for cash. The amount of share capital must be indicated in the company’s bylaws, as well as on some documents issued by the company, such as contracts, letters, invoices, advertisements, etc. 
Isle of Man
Legal nameThe legal name of a company/legal entity is the name under which the company/legal entity conducts its operations. 
Incorporation numberA company's incorporation number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. 
Italy
Court of registrationThe court of company registration is the institution responsible with company registration in any given country or region. The data in the business register (on the companies registered) is managed by the courts in their capacity as 'Court of Registration'. 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Share capitalShare capital refers to the portion of a company's equity that has been obtained by trading stock to a shareholder for cash. The amount of share capital must be indicated in the company’s bylaws, as well as on some documents issued by the company, such as contracts, letters, invoices, advertisements, etc. 
Sole ShareholderA sole shareholder is an individual or institution that legally owns all the shares of stock in a public or private company. The sole shareholder is the unique owner of the company. 
LatviaRegistration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Monaco
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Share capitalShare capital refers to the portion of a company's equity that has been obtained by trading stock to a shareholder for cash. The amount of share capital must be indicated in the company’s bylaws, as well as on some documents issued by the company, such as contracts, letters, invoices, advertisements, etc. 
Morocco
Social security number  
Trade register number  
Share capitalShare capital refers to the portion of a company's equity that has been obtained by trading stock to a shareholder for cash. The amount of share capital must be indicated in the company’s bylaws, as well as on some documents issued by the company, such as contracts, letters, invoices, advertisements, etc. 
Address of the head office  
Netherlands
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Legal formThe legal form represents the status of a commercial entity. There are many types of business entities defined in the legal systems of various countries and rules vary per country. The most common types of commercial entities are corporations, cooperatives, partnerships, sole traders, limited liability companies and other types of entities. The legal form represents their status. E.g. Inc, Plc, SA, Ltd, GmbH, etcNV,BV, CV, Coop, ZZP, VOF
Registered officeA registered office is the official address of an incorporated company, association or any other legal entity. Generally it will form part of the public record and is required in most countries where the registered organization or legal entity is incorporated. 
Poland
Legal formThe legal form represents the status of a commercial entity. There are many types of business entities defined in the legal systems of various countries and rules vary per country. The most common types of commercial entities are corporations, cooperatives, partnerships, sole traders, limited liability companies and other types of entities. The legal form represents their status. E.g. Inc, Plc, SA, Ltd, GmbH, etc 
Share capitalShare capital refers to the portion of a company's equity that has been obtained by trading stock to a shareholder for cash. The amount of share capital must be indicated in the company’s bylaws, as well as on some documents issued by the company, such as contracts, letters, invoices, advertisements, etc. 
Permit numberA newly registered business entity will be required to obtain a Tax Identification Number (NIP-8) containing supplementary data with the head of the tax office within 21 days after the entity is initially entered in the National Court Register. 
Permit dateIt is the date of permit issuance and expiry; to validate if the company/entity is in title to do business. 
Romania
Legal formThe legal form represents the status of a commercial entity. There are many types of business entities defined in the legal systems of various countries and rules vary per country. The most common types of commercial entities are corporations, cooperatives, partnerships, sole traders, limited liability companies and other types of entities. The legal form represents their status. E.g. Inc, Plc, SA, Ltd, GmbH, etc 
Share capitalShare capital refers to the portion of a company's equity that has been obtained by trading stock to a shareholder for cash. The amount of share capital must be indicated in the company’s bylaws, as well as on some documents issued by the company, such as contracts, letters, invoices, advertisements, etc. 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Slovakia
Legal statusThe legal status a company/legal entity depends on the type and scale of its business. There are many types of business entities defined in the legal systems of various countries and rules vary per country. The most common types of legal statuses are corporations, cooperatives, partnerships, sole traders, limited liability companies, charities, etc. 
Company identification numberThe company identification number (CIN), is a company ID that gets allocated to a company/legal entity at the time of its registration. 
Court of registrationThe court of company registration is the institution responsible with company registration in any given country or region. The data in the business register (on the companies registered) is managed by the courts in their capacity as Courts of Registration. 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Slovenia
Court of registrationThe court of company registration is the institution responsible with company registration in any given country or region. The data in the business register (on the companies registered) is managed by the courts in their capacity as Courts of Registration. 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Share capitalShare capital refers to the portion of a company's equity that has been obtained by trading stock to a shareholder for cash. The amount of share capital must be indicated in the company’s bylaws, as well as on some documents issued by the company, such as contracts, letters, invoices, advertisements, etc. 
Spain
Court of registrationThe court of company registration is the institution responsible with company registration in any given country or region. The data in the business register (on the companies registered) is managed by the courts in their capacity as Courts of Registration. 
Legal formThe legal form represents the status of a commercial entity. There are many types of business entities defined in the legal systems of various countries and rules vary per country. The most common types of commercial entities are corporations, cooperatives, partnerships, sole traders, limited liability companies and other types of entities. The legal form represents their status. E.g. Inc, Plc, SA, Ltd, GmbH, etc 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
Sweden
Town of registrationThe town of registration is the location of a company’s headquarters. According to international and national procedural law, specific legal actions with legal effect for and against the company can be performed in accordance to the location of that entity. 
Registration numberA company's registration number is a unique reference that can be numeric or alphanumeric, assigned to a company upon its incorporation. The registration authority provides this identifying number and it is printed on the certificate of incorporation. 
 

 

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