Reciprocal license definition

Reciprocal license means the issuance of an Iowa license to practice barbering to an applicant who is currently licensed in another state and which state has a mutual agreement to license persons who have the same or similar qualifications to those required in Iowa.
Reciprocal license means a license of an item of Software that requires or that conditions any rights granted in such license upon (i) the disclosure, distribution or licensing of any other Software (other than such item of Software as provided by a third party in its unmodified form), (ii) a requirement that any disclosure, distribution or licensing of any other Software (other than such item of Software in its unmodified form) be at no charge, (iii) a requirement that any other licensee of the Software be permitted to access the source code of, modify, make derivative works of, or reverse-engineer any such other Software, (iv) a requirement that such other Software be redistributable by other licensees, or (v) the grant of any patent rights (other than patent rights in such item of Software), including non-assertion or patent license obligations (other than patent obligations relating to the use of such item of Software).

Examples of Reciprocal license in a sentence

Reciprocal license holders who purchase a full season OMRRA Competition License prior to July 1 of the current race season become eligible for season-end championships.

Reciprocal license holders (see E-9) are eligible for daily trophies, contingency and awards, but accrue Season Points for gridding purposes only.


More Definitions of Reciprocal license

Reciprocal license means the issuance of an Iowa license to practice as a hearing aid dispenser to an applicant who is currently licensed in another state that has a mutual agreement with the Iowa board of examiners for licensing and regulation of hearing aid dispensers to license persons who have the same or similar qualifications to those required in Iowa.
Reciprocal license means the issuance of an Iowa license to practice as a respiratory care practitioner, polysomnographic technologist, or respiratory care and polysomnography practitioner to an applicant who is currently licensed in another state that has a mutual agreement with the Iowa board of respiratory care and polysomnography to license persons who have the same or similar qualifications to those required in Iowa.
Reciprocal license means the issuance of an Iowa license to practice speech pathology or audiol- ogy to an applicant who is currently licensed in another state which has a mutual agreement with the Iowa board of speech pathology and audiology examiners to license persons that have the same or sim- ilar qualifications to those required in Iowa.
Reciprocal license means a license issued by Oregon to a person who qualifies under these rules.
Reciprocal license means a License granted by the Board to an individual to practice architecture or landscape architecture and granting use of the term Architect or Landscape Architect or any derivation of the word based on a current License in good standing in another jurisdiction meeting the requirements for licensing in this State.
Reciprocal license means the issuance of an Iowa license to practice respiratory care to an applicant who is currently licensed in another state that has a mutual agreement with the Iowa board of respiratory care to license persons who have the same or similar qualifications to those required in Iowa. “Reinstatement” means the process as outlined in 645—11.31(272C) by which a licensee who has had a license suspended or revoked or who has voluntarily surrendered a license may apply to have the license reinstated, with or without conditions. Once the license is reinstated, the licensee may apply for