Marine interest

Also found in: Dictionary.

MARINE INTEREST, contracts. A compensation paid for the use and risk of money loaned on respondentia and bottomry; provided the money be loaned and put in risk, there is no limit as to the amount which may be lawfully charged by the lender. 2 Marsh. Ins. 749; Hall on Mar. Loans; Pothier, Pret a. la Grosse, n. 19; 1 Stuart's (L. C.) R. 130.

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
As part of the contract chartered surveyors Jones Peckover will continue with the management of the Crown Estate's marine interests in North Wales as approved sub-contractors to Cooke and Arkwright.
Dave Ham's marine interests just keep getting bigger and bigger.
China has been eager to expand its marine interests.
A spokesman for the Countryside Council for Wales said the damage still had to be evaluated: "The marine interests of the Strait are of international importance - because of the quantity of oil released I don't think it's going to have much of an impact.
Given the opportunity to rekindle his marine interests through a Surdna Foundation postdoctoral fellowship at WHOI in 1987, he turned a one-year fellowship into a thriving research program in comparative and molecular toxicology that involves a large group of talented colleagues.
TOKYO - Japan on Wednesday initiated procedures to grant Japanese companies concessions to conduct test drilling for natural gas and oil in disputed waters in the East China Sea, in a step signaling Tokyo's determination to secure its marine interests amid deteriorating bilateral ties following exploding anti-Japanese protests in China.
It says Japan will work hard to resolve the territorial disputes over Russian-administered islands off Hokkaido and a tiny pair of islets also claimed by South Korea -- named Takeshima in Japanese and Tokto in Korean -- in addition to securing its marine interests such as in the East China Sea.
The move announced by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry signals Tokyo's determination to secure its marine interests.
The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (MS DMR) is dedicated to enhancing, protecting, and conserving marine interests of the State of Mississippi by managing all marine life, public trust wetlands, adjacent uplands, and waterfront areas to provide for the optimal commercial, recreational, educational, and economic uses of these coastal resources consistent with environmental and social concerns and changes.
Bollinger also provides new construction of marine equipment for energy, military and general marine interests, both for domestic and international customers.
As a maritime nation, the Government will make efforts to preserve marine interests, including investigations to demarcate continental shelves and the building of vessels designed to survey seabed resources in waters surrounding Japan.
It also seeks to resolve the territorial dispute with Russia by promoting a national campaign to that end in light of a planned visit to Japan by Russian President Vladimir Putin this year, and to protect Japan's marine interests in the East China Sea.

Full browser ?