What is the history of the marine legal entity?

What is the history of the marine legal entity?


In the past, most Marine ships were "privately owned" and in most cases marine owners may be managing members or owners of ships / vessels in the marina. In recent years, however, many marines have “publicly owned” facilities, or otherwise “privatized” their operations by contracting with an outside company to operate their marines. As more and more Marine move in this direction, it appears that the common-law concept of private marines may be of increasing historical importance, and that the future evolution of marines may depend on a common-law concept and a better understanding of the consequences. Private relationship between marina owner and marina operator.

Some background may be useful to understand the history of the Marines. In general, Marine can be classified into four different groups. The first group, public-owned Marine, was created in the late 1800s, and they grew out of the "peerhead" model, which began to flourish in the nineteenth century with advances in transportation technology and navigation. The second group, the privately owned Marina, began to grow in the late 1800s and can be considered descendants of the Pearhead Marina. The third group, the municipal-owned Marine, began in the early 1900s and is generally located near large bodies of water, such as lakes or oceans, and is either run by the municipality or in some cases a combination of the public and private sectors. The fourth group, privately managed Marine, includes Marine operated by private parties, such as individual owners or corporate entities, and they have grown over the past several decades as the number of privately owned ships in the United States began to exceed 1 million. These categories will be discussed in more detail as needed.

The public-owned marina was built in the late 1800s and was the first of its kind in the United States. A typical public-owned marina is a concrete or wood structure with a boat dock and boat ramp, and access to the marina in general. These Marine are located near large areas of water and can be in an owner’s private property or in some cases in a group of owners. For example, the marina may be in the parking lot of a residential neighborhood or shopping center. These Marine, which are managed by public authorities, can be owned either by a single entity or by a group of entities such as the municipal government or the county. For example, a marina may be owned by a municipality, a municipal authority, or a government agency. When the marina is in the private property of the same owner, the marina may be privately owned.

Non-profit Marine are located on the public or private property of a non-profit organization or organization. Non-profit Marine can be owned by a single entity, such as a non-profit organization or entities, or they can be owned by multiple individuals. Most, if not all, non-profits do not earn income through Marina Marine operations, but they often receive grants to support their operations. Non-profit Marine, which are managed by a non-profit organization, are usually supported by a membership fee. For example, a non-profit organization, such as a yacht club, can run a non-profit marina. Other examples of non-profit marines include: a boat club, a university marina and a community marina. Some examples of private non-profit marines include: a yacht club, community marina and association marina.

Individual Marine are privately owned and are usually located on public or private property. Most individual Marine, especially privately owned Marine, are operated by individuals or groups of individuals. Most marines have a marina operator who can own the marina, lease the marina, or enter into a joint operating agreement with the property owner or a neighboring marina. The marina operator manages the marina and can operate it for a fee. There are numerous types of marina operators including: a marina club, a community club, a boat club and a management company. Individuals, small Marine and large Marine are common owners of Marine. An independent marina operator, who is often alone, can be the owner of the marina or a part of the marina. A small marina usually has a number of marina operators who own the marina and have relationships with each other. For example, a small marine may include an operator who owns the marina, has a lease agreement, or a joint operating agreement. Some Marine may be owned by several individuals or by a single person. The owner or the person appointed by the owner often manages and operates the marina.

There are many types of Marine in the United States. 

Some of the most common Marine include: yacht clubs, community clubs, marina clubs, association Marine, university Marine, commercial Marine, community Marine, and small harbor Marine.

Yacht Clubs

Yacht clubs often form an informal partnership or joint-stock ownership. This type of membership has traditionally required each member of the club to pay dues, and provides that each member in good standing shall share in the profits and losses, and in the management of the club. Each member in good standing may vote for club decisions.

Yacht club charters that are not member-owned will usually allow the club to use the boat, but will not have a share in the management or profits. If a vessel is purchased, the club can choose to include it in the membership, share ownership, or sell it to a member. There are various levels of charter club membership, based on price and length of time the vessel is used by the membership. Some yacht clubs do not use or restrict the use of sailboats for competitive racing.

There is a clear distinction between a yacht club that is not member-owned, and a yacht club that allows owners to share in the ownership and operations of the club.

Community clubs

Some of the best maintained and largest yacht clubs are community-owned clubs. Community clubs can be non-profit or for-profit. These clubs usually have a board of directors, and in some cases a constitution. The community members elect the board of directors at least annually, and some communities have a form of annual renewal.

Community clubs do not limit the ownership of the boat to members. Generally, any member who pays dues and complies with club rules may use the boat.

Community clubs may have all the same or different membership policies than other yacht clubs. A community club may be coed or all male, all female, or open to both sexes. A community club may limit use of the boat to residents of the community or be open to all boaters, or both. The membership may or may not be required to own a boat. Each community club is unique, and a member must research all the policies and requirements before joining. The same club may have differing requirements for membership, use of the boat, or ownership.

Some communities have a community yacht club. In a community yacht club the community members own the club and usually elect a board of directors. The local town, county, and/or state government may provide annual support for the yacht club.

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