covenant that runs with the land

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covenant that runs with the land

n. a promise contained in a deed to land or real estate which is binding upon the current owner and all future owners. (See: covenant)

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Facilitating that outcome, to a significant degree, was a May decision by New York Bankruptcy Judge Shelley Chapman that allowed Sabine to reject approximately $100 million in contractual obligations owed to two pipeline companies premised upon her interpretation of contract language creating a "covenant running with the land..
Each deed recited that the restriction was a covenant running with the land and could be enforced by any subdivision lot owner.
Starting in 1992, Grace began assigning its vermiculite mining rights as a donation to HGSI with a restrictive covenant running with the land that bound HGSI and all of its successors in title to prohibit any part of the land from ever being used or operated for the purpose of Mining or Mineral Production without regard to the possibility of successful reclamation.