Owners must also judge the commercial feasibility of the takers who agree to accept licensing agreements with “at will” retraction clauses. Whether potential tenant licensees are willing to sign such agreements may depend on the type of space available to the owner for licensed use, for example. B whether the authorized space is a warehouse, an office suite for multiple users or a single disk space. In order to attract licensees who are concerned about making a significant investment in space under the issue of a retractable licence, owners may create new financing incentives or put in place a mechanism in the agreement to compensate a non-insolvent taker for the unpre amortized value of their investment, as soon as the licensee calls the “at will” clause of the agreement. C. This license agreement covers accommodations and services described in schedules 1 and 2 of this licence agreement. It is granted to the licensee only on the sole acceptance and approval of the conditions set out in this document. (i) the licensee may levy a tax on deposits of all or part of the licence to pay for cleaning and/or repairing damages caused inside the residence, with the exception of debt securities for which the culprits are not traced; At present, real estate licensing agreements appear to be primarily used by licensed real estate owners for short-term users: offices, toilets, certain types of warehouses and kiosks in shopping malls. It is clear that there is a market for such agreements. Whether there is a market for real estate licensing contracts for other types of occupancy may not be so obvious, but given the need for landlords to be relieved of the burdens and frustrations of traditional tenant-tenant disputes, such an agreement may be useful for the right business plan. I. We assume that the licensee uses illicit substances such as drugs or other substances harmful to health, including legal highs (i) to meet an appropriate request from other licensees, occupiers, members of the local community, licensing staff or senior owner`s staff to control excessive noise or behaviour; In these circumstances, the owner`s licensee may consider, depending on the type of adverse injury of the former taker, what is only a judgment of possible, but not sure, harm, as a much less burdensome cost of activity than the sum of all costs normally associated with a dispute between the lessor and the tenant.