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Licence — or licence [lī′səns] n. [OFr < L licentia < licens, prp. de licere, to allow: see LEISURE] 1. a formal authorization to do something; in particular, the legal authorization to do a certain thing [license to marry, practice medicine, hunting, etc.]. English Dictionary of the World in the Law of Treaties. Permit granted by a competent authority that confers the right to perform an act that would be illegal or would constitute an intrusion or tort without such a permit. State vs Hipp, 38 Ohio St. 220; Youngblood v. Sexton, 32 Mich. 406, 8 p.m. Rep.

054; Hubman v State, 61 Ark. 4S2. 33 pp. W. 843; Chicago vs Collins, 175,111,445. 51 N. E. 907, 49 L.

R. A. 40S, 67 L. R. A. 224. Also written proof of such authorization. In real estate law. An authority to do a certain action or set of actions on someone else`s land without owning a fortune there.

Clifford vs O`Neill, 12 App. Div. 17, 42 X. Y. Supp. 607; Davis vs. Townsend, 10 Barb. (X. Y.) 343; Morrill v. Mackman, 24 Mich. 282, 9 a.m., rep.

124; W.vnu vs. Garland, 19 Arche 23, 08 hours. December 190; Cheever vs. Pearson, 16 picks. (Mass.) 266. Also the written proof of the power of attorney granted in this way. It is different from an «easement», which implies an interest in the land concerned, and a «lease» or a right to take the prolites of the land. Maybe.

However, and often it is. related to the granting of interest in the land itself or the right to take the profits. 1 washbasin. Real Prop. *398. Im Plädoyer. A justification for an administrative offence to which the defendant was authorized by the owner of the property to commit an intrusion was challenged. In patent law. An au- ?? written issued by the patent holder to WI LICENSE 724 LICERK another person authorized to manufacture or use the patented article for a limited period of time or in a limited territory. In international law. Permission granted to a belligerent state to its own subjects or to the subjects of the enemy to engage in a trade prohibited by war.

Wheat. Int. Law, page 447 Essential Act. Such a right, which can be applied and protected by law.29 The term has also been defined as something to which a party may avail itself in the case of actual or admitted facts — which a court cannot lawfully refuse and to which the party is entitled under the well-established rules of the law. 30 C.J. Volume 60 pages 977 and 978 1932 Licence — (also licence) ► VERB 1) 2) authorise. DERIVATIVES adjective licensable name of licensor (also licensor). ORIGIN OF THE LICENSE(cf. ↑ . English Term Dictionary License — see LICENSE (see license).

Related: Allowed; Admission. Etymology dictionary license. The authorization of the competent authority to carry out an act which, without such authorization, would be illegal, intrusion or criminal. People vs. Henderson, 391 Me. 612, 218 N.W.2d 2, 4th Certificate or the document itself that gives permission. Black`s Law Dictionary 5th ed. Page 829 Locomotion. www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/locomotions merriam-websters 1828 online version Black`s Law Dictionary, Pocket Edition is considered one of the most valuable reference tools available to the legal community, offering over 21,000 clear, concise and concise definitions of over 15,000 terms. It is the essential companion of the complete 11. Release of Black`s, which contains all the commonly used terms of this edition.

As a standalone tool, this pocket edition includes a dictionary guide and the full Constitution of the United States. Black`s has been cited by judges and lawyers more than any other legal dictionary, is recommended by law school, and is available in this pocket format and in a variety of other useful editions. For more than a century, Black`s Law Dictionary has been the gold standard of the language of law. Today, it is the most frequently cited law book in the world. By editor-in-chief Bryan A. Garner, the world`s leading legal lexicographer, the 11th edition is the most comprehensive and authoritative legal dictionary ever published. Roads and highways. A road use permit is a simple license that can be revoked for fun.

City of Boston v. A. W. Perry, Inc., 304 Mass. 18, 22 N.E.2d 627, 630; Lanham vs. Forney, 196 Wash. 62, 81 pp.2d 777, 779. The privilege of using roads and highways through the operation of modes of road transport for hire may be acquired only with the authorization or license of the State or its political subdivisions. Black`s Law Dictionary 5th Ed. p. 830 $41.95 Free Shipping Format: Book — Softbound Trademark: Thomson West Copyright: 2021 ISBN: 9781731931610 This personal freedom is the power of freedom of movement, to change the situation. Driver.

Defined by the New York Motor Vehicle (Highway) Act as any person who drives or drives a motor vehicle as an employee. People Against Fulton, 96 Divers 663, 162 N.Y.S. 125, 126; McCaul v. Lough (Sp. Sess.) 159 N.Y.S. 990. The laws, moreover, contain essentially similar definitions. See Burns` Ann. St. Ind. 1926 §10084; The Code of Black Law.

3rd ed.pages 317-318. It means both the act of doing something and being under contract or commissioned to do it. Employment to be given for; to have a job. State v Birmingham Beauty Shop, Ala., 198 Sun. 435, 436. Black`s Law 4th Ed. p. 617 2 : Travel interest in free movement and career choice — Zechariah Chafee Jr. lo· co· mo· | ˌlō-kə-ˈmō-shən Definition of the use of locomotion. To return, go back or type again. Mainly used in the expression «to enter, exit and return freely», but it is also used to refer to the re-entry of a person who has been separated from the earth. Black`s Law Dictionary 6th Ed.

Page 1285 Licensed. A person holding a licence; the one who has a license. Texas-Louisiana Power Co. v. Webster, 127 Tex. 126, 91 P.W. 2d 302. Black`s Law Dictionary 4th Ed. Page 1070 Black`s Deluxe Edition, with a premium faux leather cover and thumb cuts for quick reference, contains more than 55,000 terms, first dates of use, pronunciation guide, Latin maxims with index, a bibliography of more than 1,000 sources and more than 6,000 citations. Voluntary promotion. A transfer that takes place without valuable consideration, such as an act in favor of a parent.

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