By Will Van Vactor
A license agreement is a contract between two parties under which a property owner allows the other party to use their property pursuant to the terms of agreement. The agreement confirms the terms under real property can be used by non-owners. The terms of the agreement may allow the non-owner to cross a defined portion of the owner's property or to hunt on the owner's property, and may allow such use for a set time period. Unlike most easements, a license agreement is generally (but not always) revocable by the property owner.
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