Wilson v. Largay Brewing Co

In Wilson v. Largay Brewing Co., 125 Conn. 109, 110, 3 A.2d 668 (1939), the defendant entered into an oral agreement with the owner of a package store for permission to enter on the premises, to erect a sign on the wall of the building and to return when necessary to maintain the sign. The Court in Wilson held that "the right of the defendant in the premises where the sign was to be placed was at most a license to enter and erect the sign . . . . It could do nothing on the premises except so far as might be reasonably necessary in the execution of that license, and its acts in so doing would fall far short of constituting a control of the premises." Id., 112-13.