adjective /list/
Transferred under the terms of a lease.

The resemblance borne by such a land carriage to a ship put under charter-party is, perhaps, closer where the entire business of one railway company, with its tracks, rolling-stock, equipments, and goodwill become<!sic plural become, with no comma before it leased for a certain term to another company.

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