How to use Licensee in a sentence

licensee
  • The licensee was precluded from opening public call offices and from laying trunk lines from one town to another.

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  • Mr HEATHCOTE continuing said the police told the licensee the man Bruce was drunk.

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  • Urban Species work very closely with Marvel International, and are affectionately dubbed ' The Official Marvel Guerilla Licensee ' .

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  • In 1924, Mr Ivan Palmer, a farm foreman from near Bury St Edmunds, became licensee.

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  • The sellers were immediately issued with an £ 80 fixed penalty notice and enquiries are continuing with a view to prosecuting the licensee.

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  • A license permits the licensee to occupy the property.

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  • Only the owner, or his exclusive licensee can bring proceedings in the courts.

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  • The form will capture the prospective licensee 's customer details, together with a signed declaration from the existing licensee agreeing to the take-over.

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  • Character Group are the master toy licensee for the 2005 series.

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  • The Licensee shall maintain a written record of each reproduction of Product and the Licensee shall produce such a record on request.

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  • Such an inset appointment may be granted to another existing water undertaker or to a new licensee.

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  • TheLittleHippie is an actual Grateful Dead licensee that doesn't just sell band-related apparel.

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  • Tickets Now is a licensee of the TRUSTe Privacy Program and a member of BBB and NATB.

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  • In addition to company branded items, Donna Karan Intimates and DKNY Underwear & Intimates utilize Wacoal as an exclusive licensee.

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  • Licensee may not assign this Agreement (including by operation of law) without the prior written consent of Licensor.

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  • Licensee and Members of the Household Information-This may include information on health, character and suitability, qualifications, finances, substitutes, and other employment.

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