(1) A licence to use a registered trade mark may be general or limited.
(2) A limited licence may, in particular, apply-
(a) in relation to some but not all of the goods or services for which the trade mark is registered; or
(b) in relation to use of the trade mark in a particular manner or a particular locality.
(3) A licence is not effective unless it is in writing and is signed by or on behalf of the grantor.
(4) The requirement in subsection (3) may be satisfied in a case where the grantor is a corporation by the affixing of the seal of the corporation.
(5) Unless the licence provides otherwise, it is binding on a successor in title to the grantor's interest; and references in this Ordinance to doing anything with, or without, the consent of the owner of a registered trade mark shall be construed accordingly.
(6) A licence may authorize a licensee to grant a sub-licence.