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license

An authorization for a particular person or entity to do some act on the land or property of another. Licenses are revocable at will, grant no exclusivity, and are not assignable.The one who receives the license is the licensee;the one who grants it is the licensor.

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Several states have enacted legislation that voids a contract if the contractor is not properly licensed, thereby releasing the homeowner from the obligation to pay for faulty services.
All of the more than 100 protocols available under the MCPP can be licensed at a royalty of 5% of the licensed product revenues.
Important byproducts of the work that produced the centralized licensing model were a reduction in the number of different titles in use, improved support for what is licensed, and assurance that all software is appropriately licensed.
The final argument we hear often is more of a scare tactic for private owners than anything else, because it claims that licensed property managers will demand higher salaries.
Major Operators; contact data and company information, including ownership, background where relevant for pan-European carriers, licensed activities, scope of activities/services, recent major equipment contracts, summary of network status, references to major subsidiaries, joint ventures, and alliances.
Friedman has worn several licensing industry hats, beginning his career at Lionel Leisure (a big box toy retailer) as a Merchandise Manager where he was involved in many licensed programs.
According to the AAA report, California trailed only New Mexico, Arizona, the District of Columbia and Hawaii in the percentage of improperly licensed drivers involved in fatal crashes.
The service utilizes a proprietary database comprised of more than 450,000 licensed lenders and brokers and includes 169 license types.

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