valid licence definition

valid licence means a licence that authorises the type of activity or business being carried on by the holder of the licence for the particular time period;
valid licence means a current and subsisting licence of the applicable class issued by the Board to a Person in good standing with respect to each and every requirement therefor.
valid licence means a licence to drive a motor vehicle granted under Part II of the 1981 Order, a Community licence, an exchangeable licence or a Great Britain driving licence, and for this purpose the terms “Community licence” and “exchangeable licence” have the same meaning as given in Article 19D of the 1981 Order;

More Definitions of valid licence

valid licence means a licence which has not been surrendered under section 29, suspended under section 30 or revoked under section 31.
valid licence means a current licence issued under this By-Law, which is not expired and which has not been suspended or revoked;
valid licence means a licence issued by the Municipaltiy in terms of these By-laws;
valid licence means a licence which is valid in accordance with clause 2.5 of this local law and for which all fees due in relation to the licence have been paid in full.”;
valid licence means any licence issued by the Authority which is valid for the period specified and renewed thereof under this Act, Rules and Regulations; and

Related to valid licence

Patent License means any written agreement, now or hereafter in effect, granting to any third party any right to make, use or sell any invention on which a patent, now or hereafter owned by any Grantor or that any Grantor otherwise has the right to license, is in existence, or granting to any Grantor any right to make, use or sell any invention on which a patent, now or hereafter owned by any third party, is in existence, and all rights of any Grantor under any such agreement.
licence means a licence granted under this Act;
Licences means conditional use of another party’s intellectual property rights.
IP Rights means any intellectual property rights recognized by law, including any intellectual property right protected through legislation (such as that governing copyright, patents, industrial design, or integrated circuit topography) or arising from protection of information as a trade secret or as confidential information;
Trademark License means any written agreement, now or hereafter in effect, granting to any third party any right to use any Trademark now or hereafter owned by any Grantor or that any Grantor otherwise has the right to license, or granting to any Grantor any right to use any Trademark now or hereafter owned by any third party, and all rights of any Grantor under any such agreement.
exclusive licence means a licence from the proprietor of or applicant for a patent conferring on the licensee, or on him and persons authorised by him, to the exclusion of all other persons (including the proprietor or applicant), any right in respect of the invention to which the patent or application relates, and “exclusive licensee” and “non-exclusive licence” shall be construed accordingly;