covenant

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covenant

a constraint placed by local government authority upon the use of land or buildings. Applies to such matters as size of lots, use to which land can be put, amount of land that can be covered by a building.
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The Calgary Civic Trust is proposing covenanting (conservation easements).
Accordingly, if the landlord is really a sub-landlord, consideration should be given to narrowing the standard REBNY clause, to make clear that the sub-landlord is only covenanting as to its own conduct, and not the overlandlord's.
Accordingly, his book makes a valuable contribution to the ongoing debate about the British significance of the emergence of the Covenanting Movement in Scotland and the resultant termination of Charles I's personal rule in England.