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licensor

n. a person who gives another a license, particularly a private party doing so, such as a business giving someone a license to sell its product. (See: license, licensee)

licensor

noun appointer, assignor, consignor, releasor, selector, transferor
See also: transferor
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Sole rights--only one licensee and the licensor and permitted to produce and sell the product.
For instance, suppose a master licensor or head licensee is a foreign corporation instead of a domestic corporation, or the transaction involves one or more entities that are not corporations (e.
Trexel will become the demonstration center for RHCM in North America and Europe, while Ono Sangyo will be the demonstration center for Asia, as well as the worldwide licensor.
Cost-savings investigations seek answers to the question: How much money would a prospective licensor save by using the patented product?
Van Nuys-based Cherokee introduced apparel licensor Mossimo to Target in early 2000 contingent upon receiving a finder's fee for items sold to the super-chain.
In a licensing arrangement, the licensor typically offers a licensee the right to produce and distribute the licensor's products for a defined period in exchange for a royalty.
S&P Indices, its affiliates and its third party licensors do not sponsor, endorse, sell, promote or manage any investment fund or other vehicle that is offered by third parties and that seeks to provide an investment return based on the returns of any S&P Indices' index.
a leading producer of recordable media and information technology, has joined the One-Blue product licensing program as a licensor.
One-Blue today announced that Sharp Corporation (Sharp) has joined the One-Blue product licensing program as a 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.
There is even a new licensor of gas-assist technology in the market.

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