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an agency- or government-granted permission issued to a health care professional to engage in a given occupation on finding that the applicant has attained the degree of competency and met educational requirements necessary to ensure that the public health, safety, and welfare are reasonably well-protected.


Authorization by a governmental or other regulatory agency that allows a person, group of persons, or enterprise to carry out a particular activity; the certificate itself. See Revoked license, Unrestricted license.


n certificate required to practice a professional healing approach.


, licence (līsĕns)
Legal permission given to professional to practice in specific fields according to rules and regulations of a jurisdiction.
[L. licentia, fr. licet, it is permitted]
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Yet in the electronic age, almost every license agreement includes statements which detail even the most fundamental user capabilities.
The library selector should consult with public services staff to determine if these definitions are acceptable or if the license agreement needs to be edited.
A typical license agreement will define three major use rights: (1) to make searches of the text or database; (2) to make hard and/or electronic copies of the search results; and if applicable, (3) to make an archival copy of the software.
By contract law, any rights not expressly granted in the license agreement are reserved to the product supplier.
The definitions provided in the license agreement are as important as the delineation of rights.
A license agreement granting the provider the right to audit use of the product at any time should be reviewed by administrative, public services, and technical staff before acceptance.
These license agreements explicitly deny many rights defined by the copyright laws and have introduced new issues of user identity, product capabilities, and restrictions on use into the selection decision.
Libraries and media centers are required to sign rental contracts or license agreements stating that the film or video product will be shown only to students of the institution.