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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Her argument boiled down to the fact that her restrictive covenant, which prevented her from joining a competitor, was too widely worded to be enforceable.
PROPERTY (NORTHERN IRELAND) ORDER 1978 IN THE LANDS TRIBUNAL FOR NORTHERN IRELAND TAKE NOTICE that Cameron Michael Henderson Gibson and Kathleen Moyra Gibson the owner and occupier of 31A Station Road, Craigavad, County Down BT18 0BP by their Solicitors, Tughans of Marlborough House, 30 Victoria Street, Belfast BT1 3GG has made an application to the Lands Tribunal for Northern Ireland pursuant to Article 5 of the Property (Northern Ireland) Order 1978, for a restrictive covenant affecting land adjacent to the subject premises to be extinguished or alternatively modified in such respects as might be necessary so as to permit the construction of a detached dwelling house and garage.
Given the proliferation of restrictive covenant agreements, practitioners in Florida are likely often confronted by prospective, current, and former employees seeking advice concerning the enforceability of such agreements.
A There are different types of restrictive covenant, some (for example) benefiting the original developer of the plot on which the house is built, and some benefiting land or neighbouring land.
The property was originally sold by Walmart to an investor in 1997 with a restrictive covenant to prevent the location being leased to a retail competitor such as Target, Costco or Kmart.
When Mercado continued on at Lonza Biologics as a UG2 employee, C&W a Massachusetts corporation sued her in federal court in Boston to enforce the restrictive covenant. Saylor granted a preliminary injunction against Mercado, finding C&W showed its non-service restrictive covenant protected a legitimate business interest cognizable under Massachusetts law.
A training company showed it was likely to prevail on its claim that a former employee, who went to work for one of its clients, breached a restrictive covenant, and is entitled to injunctive relief.
Lee Neuschwander, et al.<br />Case No.: 2018 WI 62<br />Focus: Statutory Interpretation Restrictive Covenant <br />Lee and Mary Jo Neuschwander purchased property on Hayward Lake in Hayward, Wisconsin.
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.
Such a restrictive covenant question has become so commonplace that the failure to ask in a subsequent trade secret or confidentially claim can be used as a sword against the hiring company.
Unjust Deeds: The Restrictive Covenant Cases and the Making of the Civil Rights Movement

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