restrictive covenant


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restrictive covenant

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(Law) law a covenant imposing a restriction on the use of land for the purpose of preserving the enjoyment or value of adjoining land
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A recent decision by the Appellate Division, Second Department of the New York Supreme Court ruled that the Town of Hempstead's 2013 restrictive covenant against the Harbor Island development project is "invalid and unenforceable.
In order for a restrictive covenant to be enforceable by an employer it must be reasonable, taking into account the interests of both parties as well as the public interest.
Unjust Deeds: The Restrictive Covenant Cases and the Making of the Civil Rights Movement
BDO Siedman endorsed a three part test for enforcement of restrictive covenants: A restrictive covenant must be no greater in scope than required for protection of the legitimate interest of the employer, not impose undue hardship on the employee, and not be injurious to the public.
This restrictive covenant for historic preservation is authorized by insert name of legislation transferring the property .
A There are different types of restrictive covenant, some of them benefiting the original developer of the plot on which the house is built, and some benefiting land or neighbouring land.
When Erwin Miller, the executor of the estate, learned the house would be used as a rental property, he agreed to sell the home on the condition a restrictive covenant was attached to the property.
In George Wimpey, Bristol and Gloucestershire Housing Association, both the national housebuilder and the housing association applied to the Land Tribunal to have a restrictive covenant discharged which prevented buildings being built on their land.
Alternatively, if you act in a way that a third party says breaches a restrictive covenant, you may be able to say that the covenant is anti-competitive and therefore void.
Of the different institutional controls available, the restrictive covenant is the most common form used by the department.
A restrictive covenant is a promise not to do something and can cover a broad range of issues.

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