PERMISSION

PERMISSION

permission.

1. The act of permitting.

2. A license or liberty to do something; authorization.

express permission. Permission that is clearly and unmistakably granted by actions or words, oral or written.

implied permission.

1. Permission that is inferred from words or actions.

2. See implied consent under CONSENT.

3. Conduct that justifies others in believing that the possessor of property is willing to have them enter if they want to do so. Cf. INVITATION.


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