Article 65 – Conditions and Requirements for Issuing Tax Invoices
A Registrant making a Taxable Supply shall issue an original Tax Invoice and deliver it to the Recipient of Goods or Recipient of Services.
A Registrant making a Deemed Supply shall issue an original Tax Invoice and deliver it to a Recipient of Goods or Recipient of Services if available, or keep it in his records if there is no Recipient of Goods or Recipient of Services.
The Executive Regulation of this Decree-Law shall specify all of the following:
Data to be included in the Tax Invoice.
The conditions and procedures required to issue an electronic Tax Invoice.
Instances where the Registrant is not required to issue and deliver a Tax Invoice to the Recipient of Goods or the Recipient of Services.
Instances where other documents may be issued in place of the Tax Invoice as well as the conditions thereof and the data to be included therein.
Instances where a Person may issue a Tax Invoice on behalf of the registered supplier.
Any Person receiving an amount as Tax or issuing a Tax Invoice in respect of an amount, must pay such amount to the Authority, and this amount shall be regarded as being similar to Due Tax under the provisions of this Decree-Law.