2.3 A leave and a licence for a property differ from a rental agreement that creates an interest in the property that the license does not have. Over time, the Supreme Court and various high courts have established several tests for the determination of a license from a lease agreement, but none of them is conclusive. The best known is Associated Hotels of India Ltd. v. R.N. Kapoor, AIR 1959 SC 1262 and the final decision on this is ICICI (1999) 5 SCC 708 (SC). With this article, we have gathered some of the important aspects that consider holidays Often licensing agreements are disguised as leases by naming them thus and using the terms “owner” and “Lessee”. However, as the courts have found, the question of whether the transaction is a lease or a licence depends on the operational intent of the parties. Creating an interest in the property is essential for a transfer as a lease agreement. However, it is not always easy to determine whether a particular case leads to the actual transfer of interest or the granting of a lien to use the property and depends on the terms of the agreement in question. The rights granted by the licensee to the licensee are contractual in nature and do not grant shares of estate or interest in the property.
Moreover, there is no provision in the Indian Easements Act of 1882 or the ICA prohibiting the reading of these provisions. It is therefore certain to conclude that the doctrine of frustration could apply to withdrawal and licensing agreements. If the nature of the rights conferred in a licence is contractual in nature, the provisions of the ICA would be implicitly applicable and, more broadly, Section 56 of the ICA would also apply. If we consider this in the context of the current COVID 19 pandemic, it can be assumed that in licensing agreements where there are no contractual clauses, the force majeure clauses are similar, or if such clauses do not effectively terminate the contract because of an unpredictable event, the defence of frustration can be invoked. Like the Mall licence agreement in Figure C above, if it can be shown that the blockages and restrictions that result from it remain, for an indeterminate future, and that it completely defies the objective for which the licensing agreement was entered into – for the creation of a store for the sale of certain goods, one can win with the right to terminate the contract. Give me information about the recovery of the licensees` possession after the conclusion of the agreement or dispute, if the property is applied in the maharashtra area, where Maharashtra Rent Control Act, 1999. The licensees got closer in high court after the loss of the case on competing authenticity and Addl. Commissioner. he also loses the case of certain benefits in the civil court and also lose the case of the insult of him filed licensee friend. it also loses the case in the civil court for the recovery of royalties and bail after m.o.u. for the sale of this property 2nd blocking period: the licensee and the licensee are suspended for a fixed period of the license agreement (for a few years or so).
The license is always bribed at the party`s convenience.