A licensee is someone who has been granted a licence. The term is most widely used in the fashion business or in other businesses where a company licenses its name to another company to produce products outside of the original business's specific expertise, as when a fashion house licenses its name to eyewear producers or perfume companies, or for lower-priced more popular fashion ranges at big box stores. The term is also used in tort law to refer to people who are licensees invited to visit specific properties.

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