covenantee

[kuhv-uh-nuhn-tee, -nan-]
noun
a person to whom something is promised in a covenant.

Origin:
1640–50; covenant + -ee

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covenantee (ˌkʌvənənˈtiː)
 
n
the person to whom the promise in a covenant is made

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Covenants not to compete are valid when they are reasonable as applied to the covenantor, the covenantee, and the general public.
The restraints imposed by the covenant must not be broader than necessary to protect the covenantee's interests.
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