Incoterms: International Trade and Paid by Seller

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Legal Aspects in Management

Project Report

------------------------------------------------------------------------ Submitted to:
Prof C.L. Bansal

Submitted By:
Group No. 9 | Section F
Anunay Bhargava| PGP 26328|
Arnab Chowdhury| PGP 26329|
Chinmay Desai| PGP 26334|
Devendra Singh| PGP 26337|
Gaurav Bhuwania| PGP 26341|
Saurabh Yadav| PGP 26365|
Srivalson Nair| PGP 26371|
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Date of Submission:
10th September 2010
Table of Contents

The ‘E’ Term (no obligation for the seller)5
Responsibility Chart5
EXW – Ex Works, named place6
The ‘F’ Terms (Main Carriage Not Paid By Seller)7
FCA (Free Carrier)7
FAS - Free Alongside Ship,8
FOB - Free On Board8
Important Judgements9
The ‘C’ Terms (Main Carriage Paid By Seller)9
CIF – Cost, Insurance & Freight, named ocean port of destination10
CFR – Cost & Freight, named port of destination11
CPT - Carriage Paid To, named place of destination12
CIP - Carriage and Insurance Paid To, named place of destination12
The ‘D’ Terms (Arrival)13
DES – Delivered Ex Ship, named port of destination13
DEQ – Delivered Ex Quay, named port of destination14
DDU - Delivery Duty Unpaid, named place of destination14
DDP - Delivery Duty Paid, named place of destination15
INCOTERMS 2000 – A Summary17
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