permissive use

permissive use
A use of premises which is not hostile or adverse to the owner. The use of premises by express or implied permission or license granted by the owner. 25 Am J2d Ease § 54. The use of the premises of another with his consent or sufferance. The use of premises by the public under, and in connection with, its use by the owner in any manner desired by him. Anno: 58 ALR 240; 23 Am J2d Ded § 29. An interest in real property, recognized only in equity prior to the statute of uses, arising where the legal title was conveyed to one person for the use or benefit of another.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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