Proper Licensing and Use of Tomatoes

Currently there is a bit of anger between my father and grandfather (mother’s side) because of some issues over the proper use of gift tomatoes that were given by my uncle. My uncle offered to let both my father and grandfather pick tomatoes from his garden since he has gotten all of them that he wants for the year. My father has been grabbing a few tomatoes each week, primarily for use as his breakfast each morning. My grandfather had been mostly ignoring them because he has his own garden. At some point my grandfather began selling his own tomatoes to a local restaurant. Today he ran out of tomatoes and went into my uncle’s garden, picking all of the rest of the remaining tomatoes to sell to the restaurant, with no compensation to my uncle.

Does my grandfather’s use of the tomatoes violate an implied license on the proper use of the tomatoes?