Demurrage

Charge for storage in an airline warehouse or other warehouse, which accrues after a given time, for consignments not collected. Also applies to delay caused to an aircraft (eg by a charterer).

Demurrage

The detention of a vessel in loading or unloading beyond the agreed upon time. Demurrage costs are usually incurred for any delay.

demurrage

A daily rate charged by railroads for failure to unload a rail car within a specified time frame.
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Demurrage

Naval Compensation paid to the owner of a vessel which has been delayed in port beyond the time agreed on.
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demurrage

[n] - a charge required as compensation for the delay of a ship or freight car or other cargo beyond its scheduled time of departure 2. [n] - detention of a ship or freight car or other cargo beyond its scheduled time of departure
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Demurrage

De·mur'rage noun [ Confer Old French demorage delay. See Demur .] (Law) (a) The detention of a vessel by the freighter beyond the time allowed in her charter party for loading, unloading, or sailing. (b) The allowance made to the master or owner of the ship for suc...
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demurrage

noun detention of a ship or freight car or other cargo beyond its scheduled time of departure
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Demurrage

• (n.) The detention of a vessel by the freighter beyond the time allowed in her charter party for loading, unloading, or sailing. • (n.) The allowance made to the master or owner of the ship for such delay or detention.
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Demurrage

A cost associated with delay. It takes different forms in different contexts, such as when a ship is delayed in loading or unloading, or when currency or gold are held over time.
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Demurrage

In maritime law, demurrage is the time during which a vessel is detained by the freighter, beyond that originally stipulated, in loading or unloading. When a vessel is thus detained she is said to be on demurrage. The name is also given to the compensation which the freighter has to pay for such delay or detention. Demurrage must be paid though it ...
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Demurrage

The detention of a vessel in loading or unloading beyond the time agreed upon. Demurrage charges are usually incurred for any delay.
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Demurrage

A term associated with the charge (monetary) that can be levied against a shipper or consignee who detains a container, truck, ship or railroad car beyond the allotted time for loading and unloading of that piece of transport equipment. Such a monetary 'penalty' is used to offset the loss to the carrier as a result of the delay. &qu...
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Demurrage

The freighter of a ship is bound not to detain it, beyond the stipulated or usual time, to load or deliver the cargo, or to sail. The extra days beyond the lay days (being the days allowed to load and unload the cargo), are called the days of demurrage. The term is likewise applied to the payment for such delay, and it may become due, either by the...
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Demurrage

Demurrage is liquidated damages payable under a charterparty, at a specified daily rate for any days (demurrage days) required for completing the loading or discharging of cargo after the lay days have expired.
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DEMURRAGE

A fee levied by the shipping company upon the port or supplier for not loading or unloading the vessel by a specified date agreed upon by contract. Usually, assessed upon a daily basis after the deadline.
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Demurrage

Charge paid by the depositors of grain in the state granaries, see credit
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Demurrage

Penalties payable to a shipowner for delays if loading or unloading does not proceed at the rate laid down in the contract. May arise from landside transport problems, port congestion or weather.
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Demurrage

[currency] Demurrage is the cost associated with owning or holding currency over a given period. It is sometimes referred to as a carrying cost of money. For commodity money such as gold, demurrage is the cost of storing and securing the gold. For paper currency, it takes the form of a periodic tax, such as a stamp tax, on currency holdings...
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Demurrage

The term demurrage originated in vessel chartering and refers to the period when the charterer remains in possession of the vessel after the period normally allowed to load and unload cargo (laytime). By extension, demurrage refers to the charges that the charterer pays to the shipowner for its extra use of the vessel. Officially, demurrage is a f...
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demurrage

delay of vessel's departure or loading with cargo
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Demurrage

The charge that a shipper may be required to pay for detaining a rail car (or water carrier) longer
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Demurrage

Penalties payable to a shipowner for delays if loading or unloading does not proceed at the rate laid down in the contract. May arise from landside transport problems, port congestion or weather.
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DEMURRAGE

A fee levied by the shipping company upon the port or supplier for not loading or unloading the vessel by a specified date agreed upon by contract.
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demurrage

A penalty fee assessed when cargo isn
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demurrage

delay of vessel's departure or loading with cargo
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