Definitions for "licence"
Same as license, licensed, licensee.
Permission granted by the owner of an intellectual property right to do something restricted by that right, often within a defined time, context, market line, and/or territory.(FR:Licence, IT:Licenza )
Officially authorised paperwork, effectively a permit to do something e.g. import or export licence.
an agreement between you and Fitness First, which allows you to conduct your own business within a Fitness First club
an arrangement under which a Resident Landlord rents out a room or rooms in their own home
a rental agreement on a more temporary basis
a licence issued to an eligible organization under the Criminal Code (Canada) by or under the authority of the Lieutenant Governor in Council, to conduct or manage a lottery scheme.
Official authorisation from Postcomm to provide postal services.
an authority to explore for or produce oil or gas in a particular area issued to a company by the governing state.
Right to explore for and exploit hydrocarbon reserves within a defined area.
An agreement used to transfer a technology from a government department to an industrial client for commercial exploitation. The client is given access to the intellectual property for a fee or other considerations.
Indicates whether, as an alternative to a sale, an award of a licence is also being offered by the trademark owner (this licence can either unrestricted or limited to certain classes and/or regions).
an academic degree in many European universities which is approximately equivalent to a master's degree
university degree awarded after a notional three years.
a thing so evanescent that it cannot be transferred
An Amateur Radio Licence is issued by the Radiocommunications Agency (RA) to anyone who passes certain examinations and tests. There are various levels of licence available.
a necessary but not a sufficient condition to practise in a given province
freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech)
a contract which, for specific purposes, allows someone to use a work temporarily
a good means of entering into a foreign or restricted market by avoiding the costs associated with the marketing and distribution of the product