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Medical practice Any person licensed or authorized to engage in the health care profession regulated by a state medical board.
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After the franchise development department and legal department finalize a new country license agreement and the initial fees are paid, the real work begins for both the franchisor and the new country area licensee or master franchisee.
LICENSEES ASSIGNED TO THIS GROUP WILL NOT BE REQUIRED TO RENEW THIS YEAR.
Weller Bourbon (294 bottles: 221 for individual consumers; 73 for licensees).
licensees can request variety of new wholesale services from Omantel
In short: In California (and most other states), a licensee cannot do what Haven Beauty did and continue using the trademark without paying royalties.
For licensees in good standing, the royalty rate for DVD Video players will be reduced from $2.80 USD to $1.40 USD; for DVD Video discs the royalty rate will decrease from $0.030 USD to $0.015 USD.
The license agreement goes from the artist who holds the copyright (the licensor) to the user (licensee).
Licensees have been providing this information on line by using the CBB's institutional information system, also referred to as the IIS.
San Diego, CA, April 10, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Nu Flow Technologies Inc., a world-leading pipe lining manufacturer, installer and distributor has announced that Nu Flow Italia has added two new companies to their list of Licensees.
Owners and operators of establishments (licensees) that serve alcohol confront constant risk from patrons' actions once they get behind the wheel.
We also want fairness for licensees so pubs are run by motivated people earning a fair living, who can afford to (and are incentivised to) invest in improving their consumer offer.