Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A freeman of a chartered borough.
  • noun One who charters; particularly, in com., one who hires a ship by charter-party.
  • noun A freeholder. [Prov. Eng. (Cheshire).]

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who charters; esp. one who hires a ship for a voyage.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun A person who charters something

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Examples

  • This time charter coverage coupled with the high quality of our charterer translates into a robust and highly visible cash flow.

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  • This shows a lot about this administration's charterer and shows how the Republics, well just can't handle the change in America.

    Obama accepts apology

  • 'No, you won't,' says she; 'I'm the charterer of the Emily, and Captain Munster has acted under my orders.'

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  • The current instructions for loading and payment of the ship are standard charter-party contractual terms, where the charterer advises Teekay's ship operations group.

    Refiners Said Seeking Alternatives to Libyan Oil

  • A suezmax owned by Teekay Tankers that is scheduled to load crude oil in Libya's Zueitina port over the next 24 hours hasn't yet received orders from the vessel's charterer.

    Refiners Said Seeking Alternatives to Libyan Oil

  • Such as if a seaman in injured aboard a United States (and some US contracted) vessels the United States is responsible for all claims (maintenance and cure, seaworthiness, negligence, etc.) from that injury regardless of whether the vessel is operated by a private contractor or charterer.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Act for the Relief of Sick and Disabled Seamen

  • So, I asked him if he knew who was the regulator for the bank where he had most of his accounts -- was the bank chartered by the State of New York or by the OCC -- the national charterer of banks.

    Diana Taylor: 'The Road from Ruin': A Financial 411 System

  • Such as if a seaman in injured aboard a United States (and some US contracted) vessels the United States is responsible for all claims (maintenance and cure, seaworthiness, negligence, etc.) from that injury regardless of whether the vessel is operated by a private contractor or charterer.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » An Act for the Relief of Sick and Disabled Seamen

  • So, I asked him if he knew who was the regulator for the bank where he had most of his accounts -- was the bank chartered by the State of New York or by the OCC -- the national charterer of banks.

    Diana Taylor: 'The Road from Ruin': A Financial 411 System

  • So, I asked him if he knew who was the regulator for the bank where he had most of his accounts -- was the bank chartered by the State of New York or by the OCC -- the national charterer of banks.

    'The Road from Ruin': A Financial 411 System

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