Python module to parse, normalize and render postal addresses.
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« What ties us to territory is tax. » -- Kevin Deldycke, 2014-11-07
The reason above is why we need fine-grained and meticulous territory management and normalization. This project aims to solve this problem once for all.
Don't get me wrong, this work is a huge undertaking. Postal address parsing,
normalization and rendering is hard. See the collection of
falsehoods programmers believe about postal addresses <https://github.com/kdeldycke/awesome-falsehood#postal-addresses>_.
This library is still in its early stages, but is good enough to implement the new European Directives on VAT, which requires all e-commerce shops to guess the locality of their EU customers depending on their billing address.