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As of supply of services, it generally takes place on the earliest of dates:

• when the services were performed;

• when (and to the extent) the services had been paid for;

• when a tax invoice for supply was issued.

In relation to continuous supply of services, a supply will take place each time a payment was made or on the payment date specified on the invoice issued, whichever is the earlier, and at least once in every twelve month period.


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