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What is the position when the person who originally

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What is the position when the person who originally imposed a covenant, restricting land development, dies? Does this pass on to their next of kin? Many thanks, Anne *****.
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It depends on the wording. Can we have the exact wording please? Thnaks
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Thank you for your reply to my question. I have looked into the wording of the deeds which state that ' THE PURCHASERS ............... HEREBY COVENANTS with the Vendor that the Purchasers and their successors in title will at all times hereafter observe and perform the stipulations and restrictions in relation to this property.......'The Vendor is now deceased but there are trustees for the time of this deed. These, however, do not appear to be family members. Is it the trustees who take over from the deceased? Many thanks, Anne.