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Run with the Land

Informal; describing rights that are conveyed with the transfer of real estate. For example, the owner of real estate is permitted to build a house on the property. Rights that run with the land are relatively all encompassing, though they generally exclude mineral rights.
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run with the land

Passes with the transfer of the land. Covenants and easements run with the land.They are binding on the land—and through the land,binding on the owners.This is true even if subsequent owners do not agree or have no knowledge of the easement or covenant.

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The legal expression is that a restrictive covenant "runs with the land".