Requirements and fees for the renewal of electrical licences are available on the “Renew Licence” pages: 2.1.1. How do I apply for a new electrician, linesman, wireman or apprentice license? The requirement for a licence for a given activity allows the government to closely monitor and control the activity. The authority competent to issue the licence may check the number of licensees. This function is important for activities such as hunting, where licensing by too many hunters can deplete wildlife populations and put hunters at risk of getting stray bullets. If a landowner allows a person to work on the landowner`s land or perform an action, the visitor has a license to enter the land. This type of license does not need to be signed and formalized: it can be oral or be implied by the relationship or actions of the parties. For example, a utility inspector has a license to access private property for the purpose of maintaining the distribution business and measuring consumption. In this case, the licensor or licensor owes the licensee the obligation to ensure that the premises are safe for the licensee. LICENSE, contracts. A right recognized by a competent authority to do an act that, in the absence of such a power, would be illegal. The instrument or writing that guarantees this right is also called a license. Empty Ayl.
Parerg, 353; 15 Wine. Duck. 92; Ang. Wat. Co. 61, 85. 2. A license is express or implied. An express license is a license that directly authorizes the performance of a particular act; as a tavern truth license issued by the public authorities. 3.
A tacit license is a license that, although not expressly issued, can be presumed from the actions of the party who has the right to give it. Below are examples of such licenses: 1. When one man knocks on another`s door and it is opened, the act of opening the door conceded the first to enter the house for any legitimate purpose. See Hob. 62. A servant has the right, by reason of his employment, to admit into the house those who enter the affairs of his Master, but only such persons. Selw. P. No. 999; Cro. Eliz. 246.
It may, however, be inferred from the circumstances that the officer has the power to invite whom he wishes to invite into the house for legitimate purposes. . . .