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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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In the age of electronics work moves nimbly across geographic lines, and licensed CPAs in good standing want to be able to practice just as easily.
Therefore, if CPAs are licensed under this pathway, the majority of other states will recognize your license, providing ease of practice.
NIPR statistics show some 3 million individual licensed entities nationwide.
Law enforcement officers and prosecutors mistakenly may believe that when a contractor, either licensed or not, enters a contract and, subsequently, fails to perform the requested services in a workmanship-like manner, the matter is handled civilly.
Since hunters and trappers had to be licensed, it was inevitable that anglers eventually would have to be licensed as well.
If experts were not licensed in Florida, they would be asked to obtain a certificate from the Florida Board of Medicine allowing them to testify.
And the growing interest in mobile computing has raised concerns about contractual limitations on the specific computers licensed to run software.
The survey asked what, if anything, licensing boards are doing to reach out to the profession to increase the number of licensed administrators.
And if you want to be licensed to teach high-school social studies in Wisconsin, state law requires that you study the economics of dairy cooperatives.
As substantial equivalency has been discussed across the country, many state boards of accountancy have felt uncomfortable allowing CPAs, duly licensed in another jurisdiction, into their state without having to submit to reciprocal licensing procedures.
Instead, people simply neglected to get licensed. Tens of thousands joined the band each year, mostly blue-collar workers whom the government never expected to use the service.
Editorial includes information on a variety of issues, including licensing in Europe, global licensors, licensing for children's products, licensing to game and electronic marketers, sports licensing issues, extending fashion brnad and designer labels, retail licensing, statistics on sales of licensed products, and television licensing.

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