Definition of Covenantees
1. covenantee [n] - See also: covenantee
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Literary usage of Covenantees
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Law Relating to Covenants Running with Land by Richard Cuthbert Brown (1907)
"Eights of covenantees. Ward v. If similar covenants are entered into by a covenantor with several covenantees and an action is brought by one ..."
2. A General Abridgment and Digest of American Law: With Occasional Notes and by Nathan Dane (1824)
"But " where every of the covenantees is to have a 4 Weed's several estate or interest, then the addition of the words ' cum l HI on PI. ..."
3. A Treatise on the Law of Contracts by Charles Greenstreet Addison (1881)
"covenantees- who have omitted to execute the deed.—It is not in general necessary that those who (*) Core v. ..."
4. A Treatise on the Law of Landlord and Tenant, as Administered in Ireland by John Smith Furlong (1845)
"... performance of them, a joint action lies at their suit for breach of any of them ; and if the covenantees can sue jointly(a) they are bound to do so. ..."
5. The Judicial Dictionary, of Words and Phrases Judicially Interpreted: To by Frederick Stroud (1903)
"... endowment, annuity, or other contract, with the Company " (s. 2). As used in s. 14, Ib., it includes covenantees under a deed by which an ..."
6. The Encyclopædia of Pleading and Practice: Under the Codes and Practice Acts by William Mark McKinney, Thomas Johnson Michie (1899)
"... that is, an indenture, no one who is not named therein as a party can sue upon its covenants,1 for only the persons named are covenantees ..."
7. A Treatise on the Law and Practice Relating to Vendors and Purchasers of by Joseph Henry Dart, William Barber, Sheldon, William Robert, 1857- (1888)
"Indeed, where there is a clear breach of covenant, the covenantees are entitled to an injunction without the necessity of showing any damage (i•). ..."