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Debit note

A debit note is a document used in financial transactions between a buyer and a seller, used to inform the buyer that they have a debt or outstanding balance. The debit note serves as a record of the transaction, specifying the amount owed, the reason for the debt, and the payment terms. It also serves as a formal request for payment and provides evidence of the debt owed.