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11-05-2015, 15:13   #1
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Invoice assistance

Hi. I am trying to read an invoice which is in German.

My questions are:

1. There is something with the word 'KostO' and 'a KostO' in it. What does KostO mean in this context? I would guess that appears to mean 'coming to' or 'amounting to', as the amount of the bill comes after that.

2. In the bill there is a reference to 'o. E.'. What is this? Is this like E & OE in English; Errors and Omissions Excepted?
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Is that a bill from a legal professional? KostO stands for Kostenordnung something like a table of legal fees. O. E. could stand for "ohne Extras" i.e. without extras, but it depends on the context.
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Yes it is. Thank you very much for that.
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