The sender of the Coordinated register notification decides who should receive the invoice. The options are
- the enterprise which the registration concerns
- the person filling out the form
- another enterprise registered in the Central Coordinating Register for Legal Entities
If the invoice is sent to an enterprise, the persons who can represent the enterprise in Altinn will be able to find it.
These Altinn roles provide access to the invoice in the inbox of the enterprise:
- accounting employee
- signer of Coordinated register notification
If you do not know who has received the invoice, this will be visible in the original notification submitted to the Brønnøysund Register Centre. The person who filled out the form will find information about this in his or her inbox in Altinn.
In the form Coordinated register notification, you will find a separate field for notice. Whoever to receive the invoice will be notified via sms or email when the invoice is sent to the inbox. If the invoice has not been read within 7 days, we will send a reminder via sms or email. The same applies if the invoice still has not been read after 14 days.
Electronic trading format (EHF invoice)
Before we send an invoice for registration, we check whether our enterprise is registered in ELMA, which is a public register with information about who can receive an EHF invoice. EHF is a public standard for e-invoicing.
If your enterprise can receive EHF invoice, you will not receive an invoice in the inbox of Altinn, although you have ticked for it in the form Coordinated register notification.
You can read ore about ELMA and EHF invoice at our websites of the Agency for Public Management and eGovernment (DIFI).
Invoice by post
In some cases the invoice is sent by post. This applies for
- notifications containing information about demerger/merger