Answer ... The patent holder may authorise another party to exploit the invention commercially, such as by making, using or selling the patented invention. If the patent holder has granted another party the right to exploit the invention commercially, the licensee may not transfer that right to others in the absence of an agreement to the contrary.
Answer ... The patent holder may impose limits on a licence agreement which restrict the extent of the licence, the territory to which it applies, the term of the licence and so on.