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licensee

n. a person given a license by government or under private agreement. (See: license, licensor)

licensee

noun appointee, assignee, assignee in fact, consignee, donee, nominee, selectee, transferee
See also: delegate, nominee, transferee

LICENSEE. One to whom a license has been given. 1 M. Q. & S. 699 n.

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b) The licensee, on request, returns the original and all copies of documents provided by the prospective client or his or her representative within 30 days.
The FCC noted that site owners could determine whether a licensee is permitted to erect a fence limiting access or a sign warning of RFR exposure dangers.
Neste assumed partial ownership of CPI, provided the necessary linkage for CPI to offer its technology to potential licensees in Europe, and became a primary resin supplier to European licensees, of which there is one at present.
the portion set aside in the survivor's trust) after the licensee spouse's death.
The NASBA--AICPA examination of those issues made it clear the world in which licensees operate today is vastly different from the one existing more than a century ago, when the basic structure for regulation was established.
Licensees must control the firm in fact as well as appearance; two-thirds of the owners must be CPAs.
Licensees in Wave 4, Stage 2 that received an FPR from the TA prior to December 18, 2006 and who require funding for planning activities must submit an RFPF, together with supporting documentation, to the TA by February 1, 2007.
Licensees should take these interdependencies into account and plan for the continuity of mutual aid operations during the reconfiguration of their systems.
WASHINGTON -- The Federal Communications Commission ("FCC") issued a Public Notice on October 2, 2006, announcing that 800 MHz band reconfiguration for Wave 3, Stage 2 licensees will start on November 1, 2006.
The company currently has 35 licensees, including the world's three largest glass companies, and several of the world's largest chemical companies.
Wave 2 licensees are in the National Public Safety Planning Advisory Committee ("NPSPAC") regions covering areas in the Central United States, including Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, parts of Texas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, and extending to Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia.
As previously noted, the TA estimates that more than half of the licensee population requiring planning funding will be able to use the Fast Track Option, which provides a means for licensees and Sprint Nextel to streamline their efforts to execute a PFA.