mere licensee

mere licensee
bare or mere licensee
One whose presence on premises is merely tolerated; while a "licensee" or "invitee" is one who is on the premises by invitation, express or implied. Chicago, R. I. & P. Ry. Co. v. McCleary, 175 Okl. 347, 53 P.2d 555, 557
+ mere licensee
One who enters upon the land or property of another without objection, or by the mere permission, sufferance, or acquiescence of the owner or occupier. Mann v. Des Moines Ry. Co., 232 Iowa 1049, 7 N.W.2d 45, 50.

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