Permission to engage in a certain activity, granted by the appropriate authority.
Authority or liberty given to do or forbear any act; especially, a formal permission from the proper authorities to perform certain acts or to carry on a certain business, which without such permission would be illegal; a grant of permission; as, a license to preach, to practice medicine, to sell gunpowder or intoxicating liquors.
The document granting such permission.
To permit or authorize by license; to give license to; as, to license a man to preach.
Here you sell a person or company the right to use either a copyright or patent for a specific length of time, or in a restricted area.
The process in which an author grants rights to others to use/reproduce an original work (which without permission would create infringement).
1. Permission to do something. 2. Document issued permitting one to perform some activity according to legal requirements.
A license is what you actually pay for when you buy software.You are not buying the software but the license that gives you the right to use it on one computer (though some licensing agreements vary depending on the situation).
Permission to reproduce an artwork given by the copyright owner (usually, the artist). Licenses can take many forms, including those limited by number of reproductions or time, and may be exclusive or non-exclusive.
The legal authority granted by any province that outlines the limitation of Purolator's operations, including tariff rates.
Legal agreement granting someone permission to use a work for certain purposes and under certain conditions. A license does not constitute a change in ownership of the protected work (e.g. trade-mark, patent).
When required, an operating authority granted by the FCC for telecommunications services to use a specific frequency or range of frequencies. A license may specify operating frequency range, maximum operating power, shared or exclusive use of the channels, geographic coverage and other information. Licenses are generally subject to renewal at specific intervals and usually involve annual fees. Licenses for some frequencies and services are auctioned by the FCC under Congressional mandate.
Contract giving permission to use an invention, creative work or trademark.
A license is a grant to a "user" permitting use of a copyright for any of the following: Mechanical Rights (records, tapes, CDs), Non-Dramatic Performance Rights (the public performance of a song over radio or TV, or at a club, hotel or concerts), Grand Rights (dramatic performance of a musical work, musical comedy, play, opera, operetta, or ballet), Synchronization Rights (the use of a musical composition on the soundtrack of an audio/visual work for theatrical exhibition or television), Print Rights (sheet music, folios, songbooks or other printed editions - the grant is usually made for a specified period of time and for a designated territory, or Commercial Rights (the use of a musical composition as part of an advertisement)
A legal right to use a product. A customer receives a license when they purchase the product. However, they need a License Key to actually associate the product and the system on which it is running with a license.
(1) The revocable permission for a temporary use of land--a personal right that cannot be sold. (2) Formal permission from a constituted authority (such as a state agency) to engage in a certain activity or business (such as real estate appraisal.)
Legal authority granted by the state for a specified activity or business enterprise. State insurance departments grant licenses to insurance companies, agents, brokers, and other entities to transact insurance-related business within its borders.
Certificate of authority issued by a state to an insurer or an insurance agent granting permission to act as such within the state.
Permission to use copies of copyrighted or patented software. Most software is licesed not sold. That is, when you purchase software, you are granted permission to use the software on one computer, but you do not own the software therefore cannot resell it.
the revocable right to make use of another person's property or to enter that property without having interest in that property.Without license, such actions would be defined as trespassing.With license, these actions are legal.
Written permission granted by an authority to engage in a specific action or business.
a state standard document certifying the licensee's right to perform economic activity, specified in this document, within the established term under condition of fulfilling terms of licensing
Official or legal permission to do a specific thing. Proof of the permission is usually granted in the form of a document or card issued by a governmental agency. The licensing section in the Career Kokua Occupations file provides information about exams and/or fees required for licensing for an occupation, including qualifications for licensing, procedures for obtaining a license, and agencies approved to grant licenses.
A privilege granted by a state or city upon the payment of a fee.
A set of the Microsoft CRM application functionality that an organization purchases. Each license type is associated with a group of privileges.
Means a license granted to a Certifying Authority.
An agreement that gives license to another entity to use something belonging to the University, for example the Regentsâ€™ copyrighted materials, or for the University to use someone else's intellectual property.
"The right to use a formula, technique, process, or design."
a binding contractual agreement that should fairly represent the aspirations and expectations of both parties involved
a contract a copyright holder creates to restrict use or require additional actions to use a work for a predetermined amount of time
a contract by which the owner of an intellectual property right (such as a patented invention) conveys to another the right to make, use, and/or sell the intellectual property
a contract in which the owner of an Invention grants another entity the right to use the Invention
a contract through which the artist or copyright holder grants certain rights to another party
a contractual arrangement whereby the owner of a mark permits others to use the mark typically under specified conditions
a contractual, non-exclusive right to access or use information that may be owned by another party
a contract whereby the holder of intellectual property rights grants permission for another party to make use of the work
a contract which identifies the terms under which we can use a copyrighted work (e
a copyright owner's grant of permission to use a copyrighted work in a way that would otherwise be copyright infringement
a defense to a claim of copyright infringement
a formal permission to practice a certain business activity, issued by a local, state, or federal government
a grant of permission by a copyright holder to use a work
a grant of permission or authority
a grant of permission to do something, rather than a purchase
a grant of permission to do something (that is, use the sample in your composition)
a grant of permission to do something with an otherwise protected work or product
a grant of permission to use a copyrighted work in a specific way for a specific period of time
a grant of permission to use a work in a manner that would otherwise infringe a copyright if the permission were not given
a legal agreement granting permission to exercise specified rights to a work
a legal agreement stating under what conditions someone other than the copyright holder can use the copyright
a legal instrument granting privilege to enter onto the land of a registered owner (the licensor) for certain purposes, for example to store topsoil for a short period of time
a legally binding agreement granting customers certain rights in the distribution and repurposing of electronic content
a legal permission to do something otherwise unauthorized
a limited grant by a designer to a client of rights to use the intellectual property comprising the designer's work in a specified limited way
a limited transfer of rights to use information under particular terms and conditions
a mere privilege without enforceable rights , which distinguishes it from an easement giving definite property rights enforceable against all the world
a permission or authority to
a permission to do something that otherwise is forbidden
a personal privilege to do some act or series of acts upon the land of another not involving possession of an estate or interest therein
a personal right and is not transferable
a privilege and not a right
a revocable right to use another's property
a right to use a copy of a particular piece of software
a right turned into a privilege
a unilateral permission granted under conditions of a written instrument defining its terms, and it can be revoked and terminated when it is abused or violated
a unilateral permission to use someone else's property
a written document granted by the owner of a patent, giving permission to another to make, use or sell articles embodying the invention
Revocable right to enter another’s property.
Permission granted by an owner to another for the execution of work on the owner's land.
a legal authorization from the copyright holder allowing someone to use a song.
Official or legal permission to perform work or own a specified thing. Authority or liberty given to do or forbear any act; especially, a formal permission from the proper authorities to perform certain acts or to carry on a certain business, which without such permission would be illegal; a grant of permission; as, a license to perform plumbing, to work on heating or air conditioning equipment, to sell and perform home improvements
Permission to use or distribute copyrighted content.
A transfer of patent rights that does not amount to an assignment. A license, which can be exclusive or non-exclusive, does not give the licensee the legal title to the patent.
A document issued under the rules of a certification programme, by which a certification body grants a person or body the right to use certificates or certification labels for its products, processes or services in accordance with the rules of the relevant certification programme.
An agreement between a movie company or comic publisher that gives a toy manufacturer the rights to make products based on on certain properties. The Star Wars license is one of the most coveted in the toy buisness, while the license for "The Last Starfighter" is one of the lamest, hence no toys.
Permission granted by IRDA to the applicant for commencement and operation of the insurance business in India.
A License provides the right to load a specific version of the software product ordered.
Permission given to someone to temporarily use the land of another.
The means by which the owner of copyright gives permission to another person to carry out an action, which without permission, would infringe the copyright.
The License allows online users to access Rosetta Stone. Each License differs, depending on the system, product purchased, and privileges.
The legal right to use a piece of software. ActiveX controls can support licensing. The license for a control is embedded in the user's system registry when the user installs the control. For licensed controls designed to be distributed over the Web, you must use a special tool to create a temporary license for the control.
legal permission from a patent owner to practice an invention. License agreements include miscellaneous financial and diligence terms.
Legally regulated permission to do or refrain from doing some act.
Official permission to hike and camp on backcountry trails usually attached to some nominal fee.
Permission to go upon or use the land of another, the permission being a personal privilege and not constituting an interest in the land.
A granted right to perform a process or manufacture and sell a product according to certain terms and conditions specified in the licensing agreement.
A written authority granted by the owner of an intellectual property to another person or organization empowering the latter to make, use or sell the intellectual property for a limited period or in a limited territory.
To grant authoritative permission to use, but not own, IP rights, as prescribed in a licensing agreement.
Legal definition of how an application can be used, copied and/or distributed. Most often, a license grants one person temporary usage of an application on a single computer. Unauthorized copying or distribution is called "Software Piracy," a violation of federal Copyright law that is punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both.
Permission given by the landlord for a person to enter the premises of a tenant for a particular purpose. A license is of temporary character, purely a personal right, and cannot be sold. It is revocable.
Formal governmental permission to engage in financial service delivery that will subject the license-holding institution to prudential regulation and supervision.
A revocable privilege to use the land of another.
This is the permission to access a digital file for installation and viewing. Once installed or acessed, the 'license rights' then apply. Think of the 'license' as the envelope, and the 'license rights' as the contents of the envelop - you must first receive and open the envelop before you can review the contents. A license is required for each PC that wishes to play a file.
1) The certificate of authority granted by a state to insurance companies, agents, brokers, and (in some states) loss adjusters as a permit to engage in the insurance business within the state. 2) The fee or tax paid to secure a certificate of authority; for example, insurance accounting terminology refers to an insurer's "premium taxes, licenses, and fees."
Permission from the publisher of a Learning Resource to use the resource at your school
An agreement in which a national government gives an oil company the rights to explore for and produce oil and/or gas in a designated area.
a contractual arrangement, or a document representing this, in which one organization gives another the rights to produce, sell, or use something in return for payment.
An agreement whereby a user, usually for a fee, is granted permission to use copyrighted or proprietary materials such as software. Users of most retail software applications agree to a limited-use licensing arrangement when installing the program.
Grant by the state to individuals to practice an occupation or profession after successfully meeting regulations, taking an exam, or completing required courses.
Official permission granted by the Licensor to the Licensee to use the Publication. See Single-User License; Multiple-User License; Site License.
A privilege or right granted to a person by a state to operate as a real estate broker or salesperson. The revocable permission for a temporary use of land—a personal right that cannot be sold.
Right or permission granted in accordance with law by a competent authority to engage in some business or occupation which, but for such license, would be unlawful.3 For laboratories, this may represent a municipal, state, or federal authority. For physicians, it may represent the State Board of Medical Examiners.
The lawful grant of a right to do something which would otherwise be illegal or wrongful. It may be gratuitous, contractual or coupled with an interest in land. The grantor of license is the licensor and the grantee is the licensee. A gratuitous ("mere" or "bare") license can always be revoked (ie. cancelled), but revocability of a contractual license depends on the terms of the contract. A license coupled with an interest in land may be irrevocable and unlike the other two categories, may be binding on successors in title of the licensor. One example of license is permission, usually required in writing, given specifically by an owner to a tenant, enabling something to be done which otherwise would be in breach of a term of the lease. A license does not itself transfer any interest in the land but may authorise the licensee to enter the licensor's land for some specific purposes of the license; the licensor may enter the land and use it in any way not inconsistent with the rights of the licensee. However, a landlord may authorise by license some act or omission by a tenant, which would otherwise be a breach of the terms of the lease.
An authority to do a particular act or series of acts upon the land of another without possessing any estate or interest therein (for example, a ski lift ticket). A license is similar to an easement in that it gives someone permission to go across your property for a specific purpose. An easement is a property interest, whereas a license is a contractual right.
A license that provides the right to run the version of the software for which it is ordered.
A firm's granting of permission for others to profit in the use of its trademarked or copyrighted material. The granting of a license typically comes at a price.
an agreement to grant rights to a patent or tangible subject.
A license grants permission to an individual or group to use a software application. The license is both printed on the box and considered to be in effect as soon as you open the box. It may also show up on one of the early screens when you install the program. In either case, the license dictates restrictions on how the software can be copied, modified, and distributed. Some generally accepted classifications of licenses include proprietary, EULA, freeware, site licenses and copyleft. Source: TechSoup.org
government permission to provide a good or service generally used to protect consumers or workers. Restaurants, radio stations, and banks are among the businesses that must get a license or charter to operate. Some workers also must have licences, for example, taxi drivers, doctors, and barbers.
Authorization of use of rights to a work by an author or other copyright holder.
a license is a right granted to a person or company to exercise rights over or in connection with something owned by another. Thus, for example, a license could be granted to enter land, to use a trademark, to carry out a mechanical or chemical process or simply to use goods owned by another. The key feature of a license is that it is a right, usually limited by time to use something which continues to be owned by someone else, rather than the transfer to a person of the thing or the full rights to it.
An authorization from the state granting permission to perform duties which, without such permission, would be illegal.
In regards to property, it is a personal privilege or permission with respect to some use of land that is revocable at the will of the landowner.
A license is ordinarily considered to be a mere personal or revocable privilege to perform an act or series of acts on the land of another, but does not operate to confer on, or vest in, the licensee any title, interest, or estate in such property.
The right to do something. In publishing, the right to publish a book or books, or to use something from one book in another product. An "audio license," for example, gives a company the right to produce an audio tape of a book.
Legal license granted by copyright or trademark holder for the use of a likeness or character in a model kit. As licenses are usually expensive, many garage kits are unlicensed reproductions of likenesses and characters from television, film, comics, etc. A licensed kit is considered to be the official version of that kit, even though other similar kits may exist.
a contract in which a party with proper authority (the licensor) grants permission for another party (the licensee) to do something that would otherwise be prohibited.
A special permission to do something on, or with, somebody else's property which, were it not for the license, could be legally prevented or give rise to legal action in tort or trespass. A common example is allowing a person to walk across your lawn which, if it were not for the license, would constitute trespass. Licenses are revocable at will (unless supported by a contract) and, as such, differs from an easement (the latter conveying a legal interest in the land). Licenses which are not based on a contract and which are fully revocable are called "simple" or "bare" licenses. A common example is the shopping mall to which access by the public is on the basis of an implied license.
An instrument by which an applicable regulatory authority grants permission to a person or enterprise to harvest certain species of seafood, subject to the conditions attached to the license.
1. A legal enforceable right to engage in a certain type of business activity or other conduct as granted by a regulatory authority. 2. A legal right to make use of property or utilization of the property interests of another (e.g. software licenses).
in many occupations, individuals must meet certain entry qualifications and abide by certain rules of practice after entry. Licensing grants qualified individuals the right to use a reserved title and also exclusive right to perform certain activities (e.g. physicians and lawyers).
The right to perform certain activities, generally granted by a governmental agency.
Legal term for granting of rights to use someone's property.Generally done under an agreement that sets out the rights of the parties without any change in ownership.
A document that permits the authorized use of a product. A license is required to state to the user that although he has purchased a legal copy of the software, this purchase does not entitle him to pass on that copy to a third party. Software needs to be both copyrighted and licensed.
Permission subject to revocation at will.
unlike an assignment that transfers full ownership of a copyrighted work, a license is a grant (with or without royalty) from a copyright owner permitting another to exercise one of the owner's rights to exploit a copyrighted work; title to the work remains with the copyright owner; and the permission to use he copyrighted work ends when the license expires. Patent - a means of protecting new and useful, novel and non-obvious inventions by excluding others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling the invention claimed in the patent.
A permission to use an intellectual property right within a defined time, context, market line, or territory. A trademark or service mark can be validly licensed only if the licensor controls the nature and quality of the goods or services sold by the licensee under the licensed mark.
1. permission. 2. a right granted by a state to an individual to operate as a real estate broker or salesperson.
A personal privilege granted by a landowner giving the licensee a right of entry into the landowner's property.
The personal, revocable, non-assignable right to do a particular act or acts on the land of another.
Is the grant of permission or rights, the granting being done by a party that has the right to do so.
An instance of permission to use a licensed software product or service. Sometimes, a user needs more than one license to use a product.
A legal document giving official permission to do something
To license or grant licence is to give permission. A licence (British English) or license (American English) is the document demonstrating that permission. License may be granted by a party ("licensor") to another party ("licensee") as an element of an agreement between those parties.