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covenantee

[kuhv-uh-nuh n-tee, -nan-] /ˌkʌv ə nənˈti, -næn-/
noun
1.
a person to whom something is promised in a covenant.
Origin
1640-1650
1640-50; covenant + -ee
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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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covenantee

/ˌkʌvənənˈtiː/
noun
1.
the person to whom the promise in a covenant is made
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