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A clause in a Contract that requires one Party to do, or refrain from doing, certain things. Often, a restriction on a borrower imposed by a Lender. also called Covenant. also called restrictive Covenant.

Related Terms: 11 Borrow, Call, Contract, Covenant, FRA, Impose, Lend, Lender, Owe, Party, Restrictive covenant
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