Definition of covenantee in English:

covenantee

Syllabification: cov·e·nan·tee
Pronunciation: /ˌkəvənənˈtē, -nan-
 
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noun

Law
The person to whom a promise by covenant is made.
More example sentences
  • Nor will it assist the appellant if it falls within the first class, since he was not the original covenantee.
  • This means that the covenantee has a choice between suing the owner, or proceeding against the original covenantor.
  • To be legally effective, the covenant must be signed, sealed and delivered by the covenantor to the covenantee.

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