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WHARFAGE. The money paid for landing goods upon, or loading them from a wharf. Dane's Ab. Index, h.t.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The Deira Corniche Wharfage Development will be completed by the end of 2013, while the Business Bay Canal project is scheduled to reach its final shape before mid 2014 as per the current plans.
Visibility was reduced greatly; from the wharfage it was difficult to see anything past the huge Rolex Towers only a few hundred yards in the distance.
The wharfage has a life of its own C* in the midst of a teeming city but far removed from its joy!
However, Mohammad Mustafa, a driver who transports textiles from the wharfage to a shop, says that trade is down.
(68) Similarly, wharfage fees (69) qualify as service fees and do not implicate the Tonnage Clause.
The cost components required to be itemized are: Free on board (FOB) price of the product; freight; insurance; ocean loss; exchange rate; port charges; taxes and other charges or costs such as brokerage fee, bank charge, arrastre charge; wharfage charge; import processing fee and Customs documentary stamps - but all of that will now be hidden from public view.
Port Tampa Bay derives the major portion of its revenues as a "landlord port" from dockage, wharfage, and rent, while providing the facilities for tenants to conduct diversified cargo and cruise operations.
India-based Oil and Natural Gas Corporation has received an order to pay around INR2.42bn to the Mumbai Port Trust as wharfage compensation for the transportation of crude oil through the two pipelines the company had laid within the limits of the state-run port.
Then there are local government taxes and fees: local business tax, real property tax, community tax, occupation fee, registration fee, permit fee, wharfage fee, extraction fee.
The hotel is convenient for sites such as the Dubai Gold Souq and Al Fahidi Historical District or new developments such as La Mer and The Pearl Jumeirah, while being incredibly close to 'Banks' street, the Dhow Wharfage, and the consular district.
The visuals in the virtual reality (VR) sessions are duplicates of actual images from Deira Wharfage, where the inspectors can search boats and seaports for drugs, weapons and other illegal items.
Gill says that Matson annually hauls 400 loads of recycled material out of Alaska free of charge, except for the wharfage across the dock.