D terms
Incoterms which oblige the seller to effect delivery to a stated place. A typical term is delivered duty paid (DDP) which obliges the seller to procure and pay for the goods to a nominated point (usually the buyer's premises in the buyer's country). Risk will pass only when the goods are actually delivered to that destination.

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