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license

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.

license

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.

license,

n certificate required to practice a professional healing approach.

li·cense

, 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]

license,

n permission, accorded by a competent authority, granting the right to perform some act or acts that without such authorization would be contrary to law.
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Another major problem is the portion of the definition that limits the grant of rights for performers and other elements "to the full extent that licensor shall have such right.
In such a case, even if purchasers of the product might assume that the trademark owner was the manufacturer, the licensor does not "sell or distribute as its own a product manufactured by another.
By doing so, the licensor should have more control over selection process for any replacement licensee, or otherwise pressure the debtor--licensee to reject the agreement in a timely manner.
If the licensee fails to make a success of the product, the licensor could find themselves locked into an agreement that provides smaller royalty payments than they had expected.
Through the use of grant-back licenses, the licensor can use improvements the licensee makes to the technology.
Under copyright law, an exclusive licensee acquires property rights in the licensed copyright and may freely transfer those rights, while the licensor cannot transfer the same rights to a third patty.
Therefore, at any given point in time, or over time, fixed sum royalty arrangements may prove to be economically unfair to either the licensor or the licensee.
Give the licensor the right to engage in regular quality control and review activities, including:
Any holder of patents essential to optical formats used in Blu-ray Disc products is invited to submit patents for evaluation and join the licensing program as a new licensor.
This will enable Licensees to see the spacial placement of design elements on product design or packaging for a visual reference of what the Licensor is looking for.
importer to a foreign licensor who is also the seller/exporter of the goods (or even if the licensor is merely related to the foreign seller/exporter), the value of the royalty or intangible right may be included in the duty basis of the imported goods.

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