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- A non-exclusive license is the right to use something (could be a song or a short story or even a patented invention) on a non-exclusive basis (meaning that the owner of the property can also grant a license to someone else to use the property.) So, in summary, you get to use the thing but the owner can let someone else use the thing too.
- A non-exclusive license in websites, such as YouTube, allows the uploader to set their own license over copyright - whether it be all rights reserved, or Creative Commons Attribution. YouTube doesn't get the exclusive rights reserved to them over the work.
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An "easement" is a legal right to use the property owned by another person (i.e. the person who granted the easement). An easement is usually created by a recorded docum…ent, whether a deed or an easement agreement. The purpose of the easement (for example, a driveway or a walking path) is whatever permitted use is stated in the easement document. The fact that the easement is "perpetual" means that the easement has no term and will continue indefinitely. An easement that is "non-exclusive" simply is an easement that someone else may also use. This might mean the person who granted the easement or whoever else may be identified in the easement document. The easement document should state who else may use the easement. A perpetual easement usually "runs with the land", meaning that the easement continues in effect regardless of whether the property benefited by the easement is sold or if the property burdened by the easement is sold.
Non mutually exclusive projects, or independent projects, areprojects that can be taken on alongside other projects. They don'tinterfere with and won't be interfered by other …projects' goals.
An exclusive license is more than the price of a normal license, but the cost of any of them depends on what car it is,
A non-exclusive easement means that others have the right to use it.
well think about it. exclusive means rare, hard to find and such. so non-exclusive means the opposite. Non-exclusive means you can get it easily.
With regards to rights in land such as a right of way or beach rights, that means you have the right in common with others who also have the same right of use. Your right is n…ot exclusive to you.
A non- exclusive easement refers to the right to use the land, but the easement is not granted to only you. Other parties may have the right to use the easement also.
In the law, "non-exclusive" is used as an adjective or other form of grammatical modifier that means or suggests that something is shared, or conversely does not belong to jus…t one person. For example, since all tenants and the landlord of an apartment building need to use certain common areas together (halls, stairs, elevator, laundry room if any, sidewalks, parking lot, etc.), typcially in leasing an apartment the lease will grant the tenant "non-exclusive right to use" those areas along with the other tenants and the landlord. The distinction is important because the actual lease of the actual apartment will be for the tenant's exclusive use. There may be other particular uses of the term for specific areas of the law, such as intellectual property, etc., but the main idea is that it is something more than one person has certain rights to.
you can make use of the non-exclusive easement,but may not deny others from also doing nso.
When a couple considers themselves non exclusive, it means they have agreed to be a couple without the restrictions of a monogamous relationship. In other words, if either of …them decides to go out on a date or have sex with another person, they are free to do so as agreed.
A condition of non-exclusiveness is a term that is used to describe how hard it is to keep someone from gaining the benefit offered by a public good. An example would be h…ow there would be very little that could be done to prevent someone from benefitting from free dental exams
A non-exclusive license is the right to use something (could be a song or a short story or even a patented invention) on a non-exclusive basis (meaning that the owner of… the property can also grant a license to someone else to use the property.) So, in summary, you get to use the thing but the owner can let someone else use the thing too.
The license was extended an additional year due to the NFL lockout. The license expires at the end of 2013
Usually, a non-exclusive agreement will specify that it is not transferrable.
In Contract Law
It usually depends on the wording of the contract ... but normally, the answer is YES
Perpetual means a long long time, non-exclusive means that it is a common easement, usually other owners or tenants will also use and share the road or lane for vehicles or pi…pes or cables. In other words it will be hard to get a restraining order against someone with a perpetual non-exclusive easement, really hard. Go at it attorneys!