A licence is normally created where a person is granted the right to use premises without becoming entitled to exclusive possession of them1, or where exceptional circumstances exist which negative the presumption of the grant of a tenancy2. If the agreement is merely for the use of the property in a certain way and on certain terms while the property remains in the owner's possession and control, the agreement operates as a licence
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