(k) The deposit is deemed to belong to the licensee, subject to the provisions of this licence. The difference between a lease and a licence is largely the term “exclusive ownership.” When the landlord says, “Here you can take my house and occupy it as if it were yours, only one year and only if you follow my rules,” you have a lease. On the other hand, when the owner says, “You can get in and out of this house, only on the days I say it`s good, or only if I`m not there,” you have a license. The key difference between the two plans is how the tenant can use the rented space. The property remains owned by the owner under a lease agreement and a licensing agreement. However, while a lease agreement gives the tenant a certain right to use the land for a specified period of time, a licence only guarantees the tenant`s short-term occupancy or use of the land. Unless you have written permission from the owner, the occupation of another person`s property is against the law. In this way, a lease is essentially a lease, while permission to use a banquet hall for a wedding ceremony is a license. A Ashburn Anstalt vs. Arnold [1988 EWCA Civ 14. Fox LJ reviewed this judgment, but found that the payment of rent was not provided for by Lord Templeman as an absolute condition of a lease, and stated that a licence gives personal permission for personal authorization to enter and occupy premises. If permission is not granted, entry and occupancy would be an offence. What a license does not do is give any legal interest to the property or property.
A license can be for a fixed term or a regular license. There are two types of licences: if there is evidence (verbal or other) that a clause in an agreement should never be valid, the evidence may replace the written agreement to determine whether the agreement is a lease or a licence. In some cases, the occupiers signed agreements stipulating that they would allow the landlord to share their home or place other occupants in their homes: these were often called into question on the grounds that the conditions should not be effective and that they were simply false means to avoid the creation of a lease agreement.  However, if there is a written agreement, it will always provide good first evidence of what was intended and the burden of proof will always fall on the person who wants to overturn the provisions of a written agreement. Certain rights and obligations apply regardless of what is in the agreement, for example: the liability of an owner for repairs. For some of its buildings, it has unveiled a new type of office space for smaller tenants who need smaller spaces.