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To do this, he'll need to apply to remove the restrictive covenant. An application to remove or modify the restrictive covenant can take between 18 and 24 months to go through. You the parties controlling the covenant can still enforce the ruling. At worst case you may be entitled to compensation. At best ensure that the deed of variation is opposed by your solicitor.
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Yes, indeed. A deed of variation will need to be drawn up and signed by all. To make changes to the deed, all must agree to the changes.