Definitions for "export license"
A document indicating that a government has granted a licensee the right to export specified goods to specified countries.
A document secured from a government authorizing an exporter to export a specific quantity of a controlled commodity to a certain country. An export license is often required if a government has placed embargoes or other restrictions upon exports.
is the governmentally issued legal permit to export merchandise. In the U.S., it is either a general license requiring no additional paperwork or a validated license for certain federally controlled items.
Required under Canadian law to sell certain products abroad, such as protected birds or military equipment.
Canadian law requires exporters to have one for the sale of some specific products abroad. Eg: Exotic animals, weapons.