The term “delivered at the border” means that the seller delivers when he does not unload the goods, for export, but for import on the vehicle at the designated location and at the border, but before receiving the goods at the customs border of neighbouring countries. The term “border” refers to any border, including the border of the exporting country. It is therefore important to define the limits precisely by always indicating the point and place. However, if the parties wish the seller to be responsible for unloading goods from the incoming means of transport and bear the risks and costs of unloading, this should be made clear in the corresponding annex of the sales contract. This term can be used independently of the mode of transport when goods are delivered to a land border. If delivery is to be made at the destination port, on board a ship or at the dock, the DU or DEQ conditions must be used. (a) Transportation contract (i) The seller must, at his own expense, terminate the indicated agency, if applicable, at the border delivery point for the transport of goods. If a point at the delivery point mentioned at the border is not agreed or is not determined by practice, the seller can choose the point that best suits him at the point of delivery mentioned. (ii) However, the seller may, at the buyer`s request, of risks and costs, conclude that the goods will be transported from the subsequent transport of the designated place at the border of the final destination designated by the buyer in the country of import. The seller may refuse to execute the contract, in which case he must inform the buyer without delay. b) No obligation insurance contract. In the case of a transit contract, including a delivery at the drop-off border, the seller of the goods is generally responsible for all costs related to the goods while they are in their possession. Comes at the border is clearly a specific place for drop-off and people who sell.

The party that collects the goods on behalf of the buyer usually travels above the tariff and imports the goods. The term delivered at the border is now less used than in recent decades, as changes in global trade policy have made cross-border trade less complicated. It was introduced into the Incoterms compendium in 1967, after the third revision of the Incoterms rules. The border was closely guarded against the wild tribes that seemed to occupy the waste areas of northern Europe. Most of the border movement was from east to west, but there were other directions as well. The border in New England was to the north; Nevada, to the east; Florida, to the south. Throughout American history, the expansion of colonization has been largely abandoned from east to west, so that the border is often identified as “the West.” On the Pacific coast, the colony moved eastward. The impact of the border on popular culture was enormous, in dark novels, Wild West shows and, after 1910, Western films playing at the border. The term “border” has often been used in colonial Australia in the sense of a country bordering the unknown or uncivilized country, the border, the border country, the borders of civilization or the country furthest from what is often called “inner” or “populated”. [4] The term “outside” was another term, often used in colonial Australia, this term seemed [original research?] concerned not only the border, but also the districts beyond. Settlers at the border often referred to themselves as “outsiders” or “foreigners” and “external districts”. Sometimes you could hear the “border,” called “external borders.” [5] However, it appears that the term “border districts” was used primarily in early Australian colonial newspapers for black-and-white skirmishes in northern New South Wales and Queensland, and in South African press articles, although it does not appear to have been used as frequently in business in Victoria.

, South Australia and southern New Wales.