Where the benefit of a covenant is to run with the land at law1 it must touch and concern the land2; that is, it must either affect the land as regards its mode of occupation, or it must affect the value of the land3. If it fulfils that condition, the benefit of the covenant can run at law with land retained by the seller and through him
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