VAT Regulations definition

VAT Regulations means the Value Added Tax Regulations 1995 (SI 1995/2518);
VAT Regulations means Value Added Tax Regulations 1995 (SI 1995/2518).
VAT Regulations means the Value Added Tax Regulations 1995;

Examples of VAT Regulations in a sentence

VAT shall be paid in accordance with the applicable VAT Regulations.

Each party shall pay to the other party any VAT properly chargeable on any supply made to it under this Agreement provided that it shall first have received from the other party a valid tax invoice in respect of that supply which complies with the requirements of Part III VAT Regulations 1995.

This is in addition to the requirements under Regulation 31 of the 2006 VAT Regulations.

Sabre confirms that it is approved under Regulation 13(3) of the VAT Regulations 1995 to issue sales invoices for sums owed by Sabre to Customer (if any), on Customer’s behalf (“Self-Billing”).

The Contractor shall pay to the Custodian any VAT properly payable hereunder in respect of the Fees paid by it under this Agreement provided that it shall first have received from the Custodian a valid tax invoice in respect of that supply which complies with the requirements of Part III VAT Regulations 1995.


More Definitions of VAT Regulations

VAT Regulations means the UK’s Value Added Tax Regulations 1995;
VAT Regulations means the Value Added Tax Regulations 1995 as amended from time to time or any re-enactment thereof.