bare licensee

Definition of "bare licensee"
  1. An individual given mere permission, without legal rights or liabilities attached, to do something on someone else's property
How to use "bare licensee" in a sentence
  1. The party host was considered a bare licensee by the space owner because the host was merely allowed to use the space without any legal claim to it.
  2. As a bare licensee, he was able to access the landowner's property but not enjoy any additional privileges.
  3. Despite her frequent visits, she was nothing more than a bare licensee on his property, possessing no rights beyond access.

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