At DDP, the seller has maximum obligations and the buyer has minimal obligations. The seller is responsible for delivering the goods at the said location in the buyer's country and pays all costs to bring the goods to the destination, including import duties and taxes.
The seller must make the goods available to the buyer or another person designated by the buyer at the arriving means of transport at the agreed place of destination.
The risk of damage during transport is at the seller's expense until delivery to the means of transport at the agreed place of destination.
The cost of transport to the agreed place of destination is borne by the seller.
The seller must provide all customs formalities relating to exports, transit and imports to the agreed place of destination. His account is also the costs of this as well as the associated duties, taxes and charges.
The seller is not obliged to take out insurance for the goods.
Addition place of delivery
The delivery condition should always be added where the transfer of the goods takes place. At DDP, this is indicated with: ... named place of destination (... agreed destination).