bare license

Definitions of "bare license"
  1. Permission given to an individual, such as a salesperson, to access someone else's property for their own gain
  2. Permission allowing the use of copyrighted content without granting an exclusive right to utilize said content
How to use "bare license" in a sentence
  1. The homeowner gave the plumber a bare license to enter the property and repair the pipes.
  2. As an artist, he had a bare license to use certain copyrighted material in his own work, but he couldn't claim exclusivity over its use.
  3. Being a door to door salesperson, she often operates under a bare license allowing her to step onto private properties.

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