This topic describes options and changes for the basic promissory note functionality that is implemented in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition for legal entities in Spain.
For legal entities in Spain, the promissory note functionality has additional options:
- Validation for promissory notes journals
- Dates in promissory notes journals
- Invoice confirmation
Accounts payable parameters for Spanish promissory notes
To set up parameters for promissory notes for legal entities in Spain, go to Accounts payable parameters > Promissory notes ES.
Validation for promissory notes journals
If the Validation on promissory notes journal parameter is set to Yes, the vendor's tax exempt number is validated when lines are added and fulfilled in a Promissory note settlement journal. If this parameter is set to No, and if Domestic + EU member states is selected in the Tax exempt number requirement field, the tax exempt number isn't validated.
Dates in promissory notes journals
If the Date treatment (promissory notes journal) parameter is set to Yes, the Minimum date field is cleared when you create payment proposals for Draw promissory note journals and Remittance journals. Therefore, the due date is used as the transaction date, even if the due date is before the system date. If the Date treatment (promissory notes journal) parameter is set to No, the system date is the default date in the Minimum date field.
If the Confirming invoices treatment parameter is set to Yes, a separate line is created for each invoice number when you create payment proposals for Remittance journals and Settle promissory note journals. Separate lines are created, regardless of the selection in the Period field for the method of payment. Each invoice amount can be verified in the Remittance journal. If the Confirming invoices treatment parameter is set to No, journal lines can include amounts for multiple invoices, depending on the selection in the Period field.