Licence to occupy a business premises (CT001)

Use this document to create a licence to occupy a business premises. A licence might be suitable where giving occupation is merely an act of friendship or generosity, e.g. the occupier will be sharing the premises, for example, by way of a stall or kiosk, or where the arrangement is short-term or temporary. This agreement is used where one person, be it a company, partnership or individual, gives another a personal right to occupy the premises and who is called the 'licencee'. It does not mean, however, that the licensee will have exclusive possession of the premises (exclusive possession would allow the licensee to exclude all others from the premises including the owner). Because this is a licence rather than a lease, landlord and tenant rights under a lease do not apply.

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