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A deed (gloss).
A special privilege, immunity, or exemption.
a provision whose unintended consequence would be to encourage an undesirable activity
*2001 March 23, Clare Dyer https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2001/mar/23/ukcrime.claredyer "Stolen car ruling 'a thieves' charter'", ''The Guardian'', London:
- In what Derbyshire police say amounts to a "thieves' charter," three judges ruled that because the car's identity had been changed it was impossible to trace the legal owner and therefore the person found in possession of it was entitled to keep it.
*2005 November 30, Stephen Foley http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/analysis-and-features/the-market-where-caveat-emptor-has-become-a-charter-for-fraud-5349224.html "The market where 'caveat emptor' has become a charter for fraud" ''The Independent'', London
To lease or hire something by charter.
(of a officer) To inform (an arrestee) of their constitutional rights under the ''Charter of Rights and Freedoms|Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms'' upon arrest.
a charter flight
a charter plane
a charter pilot