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

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

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Franchisors employ startup and annual budgets, unit development investment pro formas and timeline spreadsheets to plan for startup and to develop an annual plan with their international licensees. Most franchisors require that their international licensees attend their annual and/or regional conferences.
When a licensee's e-mail address is requested from the Board through an open records request, Tex.
Danbatta told the USTDA team that the idea of InfraCo is an auspicious initiative of the Commission, as it will see licensees deploy their infrastructure for a period spanning five years and providing wholesale services to other licensees to drive last-mile connectivity to people in the rural, under-served and unserved areas of the country.
During this renewal window, active RN and LPN licensees can renew for a reduced fee of $50 instead of $100.
Sazerac Rye 18 year old (39 bottles: 30 for individual consumers; nine for licensees).
provisioning, making it difficult for other licensees to compete in a fair
According to California state law, once a license agreement is terminated, the licensee cannot continue using the mark.
We believe these are appropriate actions for the market as both measures will enable manufacturers to reduce costs and the paid-up license will offer additional benefits enabling licensees to simplify business operations.
From left: Guest Arthur Castro and new licensees Camilo Victoria (Deloitte), Petra Jakovcevic (Deloitte) and Corina Castro (Pine Pedroncelli & Aguila).
Each of these licensees would become the owner of a limited copyright in the artwork, and the artist would retain all other rights that he or she had not otherwise parceled out.
17 (BNA): For a number of years, all Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) licensees have been required to provide to the CBB non-financial information regarding their activities, controllers and approved persons.