Incoterms 2010 are international rules recognized by government bodies, legal companies and merchants around the world as the interpretation of the most commonly used terms in international trade. The scope of Incoterms 2010 (Incoterms 2010) extends to the rights and obligations of the parties under the contract of sale in terms of the supply of goods (terms of delivery of goods).
Customs fees for customs clearance of goods, including vehicles imported into the Russian Federation and exported from the Russian Federation as goods are paid at the following rates: (Government Decree of 28.12.2004 No. 863, p. amended by the Government Decree of 20.07.2011 No. 595).
When drawing up a foreign economic contract for the supply of goods, the following information must be indicated:
- date of the contract, place of conclusion of the contract, name of the parties to the contact (details, including for payments for goods, data on persons acting on behalf of the parties to the contract)
- type of goods with a brief description in the case of a framework contract or a full description (name, weight, volume, quantity, packaging, etc.) in the case of a one-time contract for the supply of a specific batch.
- the price of the contract and / or the value of the goods.
- delivery terms according to Incoterms 2010.
If it is impossible to describe the terms of delivery according to Incoterms, it is necessary to indicate the data according to agreements between the parties on the following key points: