Under a free alongside contract (fas) the seller undertakes to deliver the goods alongside the ship1 at his own expense. It is the buyer's duty to engage shipping space and to give the seller adequate notice, in so far as the contract does not itself indicate, when, within the contract period, and where the goods are to be ready and alongside what ship2. Fas contracts differ from the ordinary inland contract of sale in respect of the place at which delivery is to be made, which puts on the seller an item of cost over and above that of
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