31 See www.pooley.co.uk/toms_notes_excel.pdf for an Excel table that shows how the annual calculation relates to accounts and including internal deliveries. The data protection officer may at any time complete and/or make changes to this data protection authority and all the constituent elements (including all assurances provided by the data manager) by informing the data protection officer, with the data protection officer expressly stating that this is an amendment or complement to this data protection authority. The processing manager informs the person in writing of the processing of the new conditions, which can also be presented in electronic form. The processor can notify the data processor of any objection to the new conditions within 10 (10) working days. Where such an objection is made, the data protection authority cannot be amended or supplemented unless it is a written agreement between the parties. If no objections are raised, the changes and/or additions to the data protection authority will come into effect after 30 days. If a provision of this data protection authority is invalid or unenforceable or becomes unenforceable, it will not invalidate the entire agreement. Any provision of this data protection authority, which is only partially or partially invalidated, is rewritten by mutual agreement to accurately reflect the invalid or unenforceable provision, even though it is valid and enforceable. Subcontracting within the meaning of these provisions does not include additional services ordered by the data processor to third parties to support the performance of the data protection authority, such as telecommunications services.B.
telecommunications services, maintenance or user assistance, cleaning, monitoring or disposal of data media. In order to ensure the protection and security of the data of the processor, the data processor must enter into appropriate and compliant agreements and conduct monitoring activities when additional services are provided by third parties. 47 Supplements can be found by trial and error or by formula. Use my chart under www.pooley.co.uk/toms_notes_excel.pdf or algebra, which is published in the 1/97 fact sheet. The use of the simpler formula in fact sheets 1/97 and 2/96 will in some cases give the wrong answer, i.e. if D (4) is not zero. Check if you get the same responsibility under the old rules without marking Newco and under the new rules with a markup. Sometimes you can enter into a contract with an insurer that you (the tour operator) are the insured person. The insurer agrees to reimburse you for the rights of the travelers for late payments, medical expenses, etc.
This is an indirect cost and therefore outside of the TOMS. If a levy (including the insurance premium tax) is passed on to the traveller, it must be included in Stage 1 of the year-end TOMS calculations. 116 Many tour operators sell through travel agencies. Agents charge operators a commission and withdraw their commission of the sums they pay to the operator. Without self-billing, the normal system for agents would be to send a VAT bill to operators, but in case of self-billing, it is the operator who increases the VAT bill and sends it to the agent.