Payment to the shipowner (Reeder; proprietor of a ship) if the ship is not loaded or discharged in accordance with the contractual agreement between the shipowner and the charterer (idle period, detention), see for Germany § 568 ff. HGB. The same applies to other means of transport (a corresponding regulation shall apply to other cargo conveyances). – In the case of purchases on the commodity exchange, the additional payment to the price if the purchased goods are not collected within the agreed period; in this case often also called storage charge, warehousing charges. – Fee for anchoring yachts in a boat harbor (marina: a dock for small yachts and cabin cruisers, usually also offering supply, repair, and other facilities for pleasure boats), also called yacht groundage and boat harbor fee. – See Auseisunggeld, Bordinggeld, Furtgeld, Gussgeld, Hafengeld, Kaaggeld, Kaigeld, Krangeld, Lastgeld, Leichtergeld, Leuchtturmgeld, Lotsengeld, Mützengeld, Packhofgeld, Pratikageld, Standgeld, Wartegeld, Schleusengeld.
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