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Synonyms for covenant

Synonyms for covenant

a legally binding arrangement between parties

an agreement, especially one involving a sale or exchange

a declaration that one will or will not do a certain thing

to enter into a formal agreement

to guarantee by a solemn promise

Synonyms for covenant

a signed written agreement between two or more parties (nations) to perform some action

(Bible) an agreement between God and his people in which God makes certain promises and requires certain behavior from them in return

enter into a covenant or formal agreement

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And auction experts are urging property seekers to research covenants in place before making a bid.
The breaching of covenants can trigger early debt repayments and thus weaken banks' liquidity positions.
VIOLATING DEBT COVENANTS an tarnish a company s credibility n the business community with lightning speed.
On February 10, 2006, Tax Executives Institute submitted comments to the Canadian Department of Finance on proposed legislation relating to the treatment of restrictive covenants.
Unlike the previous covenants with Noah, Abram, Abraham's descendents, and David, this covenant cannot be broken, because it will not be based on the law.
Loan covenants should allow the company to operate and access its credit facilities, but they sometimes prohibit accessibility of the line.
Spurned equity investors are likely to examine bond covenants more now than at any other time in recent decades.
The covenants with Adam and Noah were universal covenants with all humanity.
Many of these theologians are divided concerning whether Christianity and Judaism should be seen as sharing a single covenant or as receiving two distinct covenants.
Under New York law, however, in a commercial lease, where the lease includes an express, but limited covenant of quiet possession - thereby precluding any broader implied covenants - it has consistently been held that a tenant can claim damages or a rent abatement, in the case of such conditions, only if tenant vacates from either the entire premises, or at a minimum from some discrete portion, within a reasonable time, See, for example.
Restrictive covenants usually prohibit the physician from practicing medicine within a certain area for a given period.
Additionally, the overcollateralization (OC) and interest coverage (IC) ratios of all classes have remained above their covenants, as of the December 2006 trustee report.
COVENANTS are rules and regulations that apply to a property no matter who owns it or how many times it has been bought and sold, because once correctly imposed on a property, covenants continue to apply and can be imposed on any owner.