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Legal Justification Text Does Not Appear On Invoice Documents (Doc ID 1679565.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 24, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Tax - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Is it possible to have Legal Justification Text to appear on an invoice for applicable tax.

Example use legal justification texts connected to tax rules to be able to get the legal justification text on the invoice when that specific tax rule is applicable.

 When the conditions are met for a specific tax rule the invoice will then be assigned to the legal justification text. The legal text will appear on the invoice when printing.


Current Functionality :

Legal Messages

 A legal message specifying that the customer of such services must self-assess

The relevant tax, should be printed on Receivables (intra-EU services) invoices.

Create a Bill Presentment Architecture template to print the legal justification

message on the Receivables invoice. The exact text of the message is defined by

the country-specific legislation. The reporting code is also a selection parameter

to display the intra-EU services invoice lines on the European Union Sales

Listing report.

Configure these messages using the Create Tax Reporting Types page. Associate

these messages to invoices through the association to a tax rate definition and

a tax rule result. When defining these tax reporting codes the tax reporting

purpose is the Legal justification message type and the applicable reporting

type uses are Process Result and Tax Rate. Enter the legal justification text which

should be as defined by legislation.


For further detail please review Legal Justification Tax Reporting Types: Explained from Oracle® Fusion Applications Financials Implementation Guide



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