Although, if nothing is said, payment is due on delivery of the goods by the seller free on board the ship1, in ordinary practice the fob contract contains special terms for payment analogous to those common in cif contracts. Thus, payment is often by 'cash against documents'2, or by the acceptance by the buyer of a bill of exchange against tender of the bill of lading, or under a confirmed letter of credit
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