Restrictive covenant

A negative covenant (www.practicallaw.com/A34765) that restricts the way in which a party can act, for example the way in which land may be used or what an employee can do. Used in employment contracts to protect the employer's business by restricting the activities of an employee, generally after the employment has ended.

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