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  If the seller is not bound to deliver the goods at any other particular place, his obligation to deliver consists:

(a) if the contract involves carriage of goods - in handing the goods over to the first carrier for transmission to the buyer;

(b) if, in cases not within the precedent subparagraph, the contract relates to specific goods, or unidentified goods to be drawn from a specific stock or to be manufactured or produced, and at the time of the conclusion of the contract the parties knew where the goods were at, or were to be manufactured or produced at, a particular place - in placing the goods at the buyer's disposal at that place;

(c) in other cases - in placing the goods at the buyer's disposal at the place where the seller had his place of business at the time of the conclusion of the contract.

# Cases
 1 Place and manner of delivery
  1.1 According to contract
Country # Cases  
Austria 2  
Denmark 1  
France 1  
Germany 6  
Date Court
23.02.1990 Oberlandesgericht Koblenz
20.11.1992 Oberlandesgericht Karlsruhe
19.04.1996 Landgericht Aachen
08.01.1997 Oberlandesgericht Köln
03.12.1999 Oberlandesgericht München
19.12.2002 OLG Karlsruhe
Italy 1  
Netherlands 1  
   1.1.1 Incoterms
  1.2 According to Convention
   1.2.1 Seller's place of business
   1.2.2 In sales with carriage of goods
   1.2.3 In other cases
 2 Place of delivery and jurisdiction
Total: 54

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