covenantor

[kuhv-uh-nuhn-ter]
noun Law.
the party who is to perform the obligation expressed in a covenant.

Origin:
1640–50; covenant + -or2

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covenantor or covenanter (ˈkʌvənəntə)
 
n
a party who makes a promise and who is to perform the obligation expressed in a covenant
 
covenanter or covenanter
 
n

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Example sentences
Covenants not to compete are valid when they are reasonable as applied to the covenantor, the covenantee, and the general public.
There is no recourse to issuer under any obligation, any covenantor agreement of the issuer.
Consequently, there generally is no correlation between the value of a covenant to the purchaser and its value to the covenantor.
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