invoice, n. An itemized list of goods or services furnished by a seller to a buyer, usu. specifying the price and terms of sale; a bill of costs. [Cases: Evidence 355(3).] — invoice, vb.
consular invoice. An invoice used to hasten the entry of goods into a country by bearing the signature of the country’s consul as assurance that the shipment’s contents have been preverified for quantity and value. [Cases: Customs Duties 64. C.J.S. Customs Duties §§ 80–81.]
sales invoice. A document showing details of a purchase or sale, including price and quantity of merchandise. [Cases: Sales 28. C.J.S. Sales §§ 68–73.]