Licensed person definition

Licensed person means an individual who is licensed or otherwise legally authorized to practice a professional service by a court, department, board, commission, or an agency of this state or another jurisdiction, any corporation or professional services corporation all of whose shareholders are licensed persons, any partnership all of whose partners are licensed persons, or any limited liability company all of whose members and managers are licensed persons.
Licensed person means an individual who is licensed or otherwise legally authorized to practice a professional service by a court, department, board, commission, or agency of this state or another jurisdiction. The term includes an entity if either of the following is met:
Licensed person means any person who holds a preneed seller or sales agent license pursuant to Iowa Code chapter 523A, including any person who holds an active or restricted license.

Examples of Licensed person in a sentence

  • As used in this chapter:(a) "Licensed person" means an individual who is licensed or otherwise legally authorized to practice a professional service by a court, department, board, commission, or agency of this state or another jurisdiction.

  • No ordained minister shall be eligible for appointment to the Council until at least three years after his/her own ordination, nor shall any Licensed person proceeding to the ordained ministry be eligible to serve.

  • An operator who is at least age 14 and under the age of 16, who has obtained an ALA Boat Operator License, may operate a boat if supervised on board by an ALA Boat Licensed person at least 18 years of age who has a California Boater Card.

  • For example A Licensed person with 3 years of ordinary residence is sent on secondment by their employer to work in another jurisdiction.

  • However, they are provided with a letter from the Department signifying that, should an employer wish to employ them, and on the basis that they are – and remain– in a long-term established relationship with an Entitled for Work Only, Entitled or Licensed person, the Department would take this into account when considering an application from an employer for an additional Registered permission.


More Definitions of Licensed person

Licensed person means any natural person who is duly licensed under the provisions of the Business and Professions Code, the Chiropractic Act, or the Osteopathic Act to render the same professional services as are or will be rendered by the professional corporation or foreign professional corporation of which he or she is or intends to become, an officer, director, shareholder, or employee.
Licensed person means an individual who is duly licensed or otherwise legally authorized to practice a professional service by a court, department, board, commission, or agency of this state or another jurisdiction. The term includes an entity if all of its owners are licensed persons.
Licensed person means any person who is duly licensed, authorized, or registered under the provisions of the Business and Professions Code to provide professional limited liability partnership services or who is lawfully able to render professional limited liability partnership services in this state.
Licensed person means a person licensed under section 14;
Licensed person means a person licensed or registered under section 17;
Licensed person means any Thoroughbred, Harness Racing or Greyhound;
Licensed person means a person licensed under section 14 of the Act;