demise charter

demise charter
demise charter (izg. dimȃiz čȁrter) m
DEFINICIJA
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ETIMOLOGIJA
engl.lat. dimissum ← dimittere: otposlati + v. charter

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  • demise — I v. To convey or create an estate for years or life. To lease; to bequeath or transmit by succession or inheritance II n. A conveyance of an estate to another for life, for years, or at will (most commonly for years); a lease. Originally a… …   Black's law dictionary

  • demise — I v. To convey or create an estate for years or life. To lease; to bequeath or transmit by succession or inheritance II n. A conveyance of an estate to another for life, for years, or at will (most commonly for years); a lease. Originally a… …   Black's law dictionary

  • charter of demise — The charter of a vessel wherein the vessel is hired or rented out for a specific period or voyage without a crew, or with a crew paid by and responsible to the charterer. A demise charter is often called a bare boat charter, notwithstanding the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • demise — de·mise 1 /di mīz/ vt de·mised, de·mis·ing: to convey (possession of property) by will or lease the demised premises demise 2 n [Anglo French, from feminine past participle of demettre to convey by lease, from Old French, to put down, give up,… …   Law dictionary

  • bareboat charter — demise charter A form of chartering a ship in which the expenses incurred during the period of the charter are paid by the hirer, including the hiring of the master and crew, the provision of fuel and stores, etc. All the hirer gets is the ship …   Big dictionary of business and management

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