transitive or intransitive covenants

transitive or intransitive covenants
transitive or intransitive covenants
The former being those personal covenants the duty of performing which passes over to the representatives of the covenantor; while the latter are those the duty of performing which is limited to the covenantor himself, and does not pass over to his representative.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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