Definition of Covenantor

1. n. The party who makes a covenant.



Definition of Covenantor

1. Noun. The party who makes a covenant. ¹

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Definition of Covenantor

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Covenantor

covellites
coven
covenableness
covenably
covenant
covenant of salt
covenant of title
covenantal
covenanted
covenantee
covenantees
covenanter
covenanters
covenanteth
covenanting
covenantor (current term)
covenantors
covenants
covenants of title
covenaunt
covendom
covendoms
covener
coveners
covens
covenstead
covensteads
covent
coventrate
coventrated

Literary usage of Covenantor

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1. Prideaux's Precedents in Conveyancing: With Dissertations on Its Law and by Frederick Prideaux, John Whitcombe (1889)
"DEED of STATUTORY TRANSFER, a covenantor JOINING (a). THIS INDENTURE, made by way of statutory transfer of mortgage the day of , BETWEEN AB, of, &o., ..."

2. A Treatise on the Law of Damages: Embracing an Elementary Exposition of the by Jabez Gridley Sutherland (1893)
"Notice of suit to covenantor. One who is sued upon his covenant of warranty may vouch in his ... 557; 132 (notice to the covenantor should Sheetz v. ..."

3. Marketable Title to Real Estate: Being Also a Treatise on the Rights and by Chapman White Maupin (1921)
"Original covenantor must have been actually seised. 8 161. Assignee not affected by equities ... Covenant extinguished by reconveyance to covenantor. ..."

4. Marketable Title to Real Estate: Being Also a Treatise on the Rights and by Chapman White Maupin (1896)
"Original covenantor must have been actually seised. § 161. Assignee not affected by equities ... Covenant extinguished by reconveyance to covenantor. § 163. ..."

5. The American Law of Landlord and Tenant by John Neilson Taylor (1904)
"Obligation of covenantor to execute Deed. — According to the early cases, if a covenantor can read the proposed deed, he is bound to execute and deliver it ..."

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