A lease must be juxtaposed with a licence that may authorize a person (called a licensee) to use property, but which can be terminated according to the will of the owner of the property (called the licensor). An example of a relationship between the licensor and the licensee is a parking lot owner and a person who parks a vehicle in the parking lot. A license can be seen in the form of a ticket to a baseball game or verbal permission to sleep on a couch for a few days. The difference is that if there is a term (end time), a level of confidentiality that indicates the exclusive possession of a clearly defined party, continuous and recurring payments made, a lack of right of termination except in cases of misconduct or non-payment, these factors tend to a lease; In contrast, a single entry into someone else`s property is likely a license.