maritime contract

Definition of "maritime contract"
  1. A deal particularly concerned with navigation, transaction, or trade on the ocean or other bodies of water that can be navigated, which comes under the authority of the maritime court
How to use "maritime contract" in a sentence
  1. The ship owner and the cargo owner entered into a maritime contract for the transportation of goods.
  2. After a breach of their maritime contract, the party sought relief in the admiralty court.
  3. The maritime contract included clauses detailing the rights and responsibilities of both parties in case of sea-related accidents.

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