988. Agreements restrictive of the use of land.

In addition to the power of the National Trust1 to enforce restrictive agreements and covenants benefiting its land in the same manner as any other landowner2, it may enter into an agreement with, or take a covenant from, any person3 who is able to bind land to the effect that the land is to be subject, permanently or for a specified period, to conditions restricting its planning, development4 or use in any manner, and the agreement or covenant is enforceable by the trust against the persons deriving title under the other party to such agreement or covenant to the

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