Definition of licensee
: one that is licensed
Recent Examples of licensee from the Web
Idaho’s rules specify that massage therapists must not: ▪ Engage in any behavior that sexualizes, or appears to sexualize, the client/licensee relationship.
The state already requires insurers to maintain minimum reserve levels; Blue Cross also has standards for its licensees.
A Lee’s Summit location is under a different licensee.
ATF has conducted traces on these weapons and has determined that both were purchased by the shooter from federal firearms licensees.
AB238 would prohibit a Manufacturing Level 2 licensee from manufacturing cannabis products while using volatile solvents in a residential structure or on residential property — in other words, in a neighborhood.
PPL cited maintaining strong relationships with existing licensees and further increases in market penetration as key drivers behind the growth.
In the United States, the duty owed by owners and possessors of land has come to depend on the status of the person injured there: an invitee, licensee or trespasser.
Vince Candilora, the executive vice president for ASCAP, said live music accounts, among the 700,000 or so licensees the PRO has, make for about $140 million a year.
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First Known Use of licensee
LICENSEE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of licensee for English Language Learners
business : a person or company that has a license to have, make, do, or use something
Legal Definition of licensee
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