“Delivery at Place” rule expresses that the seller delivers the goods without unloading the transport vehicle visiting the designated destination leaving it for the disposal of the buyer.
Characteristics of the delivery type: means the supply of the goods to be emptied by the transport vehicle to the buyer at a specified spot (delivery). DAP replaces the previous DAF, DES, and DDU. In other words, DAP is the abandonment of the commodity at an unloading spot specified by the buyer and seller (a port dock, customs point, airport) being ready for unloading on the shipment vehicle. All customs clearances, expenses, duties, tolls and charges belong to the buyer. The goods’ costs of transport to the specified place / terminal connected damage risks are undertaken by the seller. 

Seller’s Obligations: Seller must prepare the goods in compliance with the agreement terms and conditions. On condition that all expense and risk shall be borne by itself, it receives the required consents, required for the export of the goods and the required customs clearances for the transiting of the goods from another country. Seller must enter into a transport agreement, on condition that all the expenses shall be borne by itself, for the carriage of the goods to the designated terminal. Seller does not have an obligation to make an insurance agreement against the buyer. Seller must deliver the goods on an agreed date, at the place of destination, at an agreed point, if any, the incoming transport vehicle being ready for unloading, at the disposal of the buyer. Seller, until the time they are correctly delivered, must pay all the expenses, as applicable, and prior to the delivery of such goods as mentioned above all the duties, taxes, and other charges required for import of the goods as well as the expenses of customs clearances and the expenses of the transit of the goods in any country. 

Buyer’s Obligations: Pays the value of the goods in compliance with the agreement terms and conditions. As applicable, the buyer, on condition that it shall bear the damages and expenses, must receive all kinds of import permits or other official consents and complete all customs clearances for the import of the goods. As of the moment the goods are delivered as mentioned above, all expenses regarding these goods are in the responsibility of the buyer. Except for the circumstances where such expenses shall be borne by the seller pursuant to the transport agreement, in order to deliver the goods to the specified destination, it pays the expenses of unloading the transport vehicle. As applicable, all the tolls, taxes, and other charges for the import of the goods shall be paid by the buyer. Buyer must pay all kinds of mandatory preloading costs of inspections, excluding the examination expenses stipulated by the export country, prior to the loading.