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TO: [Insert full name of licensee][of insert address OR incorporated in [England and Wales] with company registration number [insert number] whose registered office is at [address]]
FROM: [insert full name of licensor][of insert address OR incorporated in [England and Wales] with company registration number [insert number] whose registered office is at [address]]
In consideration of £[insert figure] plus VAT (the 'Fee') I am prepared to grant you a licence for the crane you intend to erect on your site at [insert details] to oversail the Property on the terms set out below. The licence will take effect once I have received the Fee together with a copy of this letter signed by you to confirm that you agree to the following terms:
This licence permits you to traverse the jib of a power crane erected on the position shown on the annexed drawing over the Property to the extent indicated by the radius on the drawing.
This licence is conditional on your first having obtained any necessary consents of local or statutory authorities and the written consent of
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