Second, the Tribunal found that the parties did not have a horizontal front. The court noted that the traditional example « includes a federal reservation owner, . . . . there is some interest in the transfer of federal assets.  The Tribunal found that the parties` contracts do not entrust a portion of their real estate interests and identify only contractual rights and obligations for the services that Nordheim and HPIP Gonzales would provide – « clearly no interest » in mining rights.  The Tribunal therefore found that the agreements in midstream service contracts were not working with the country – a critical decision, as it could essentially require a dedication of mining interests « in the ground » within the applicable surface (i.e. the same reserves that typically serve as collateral for upstream capitalized debt). In Texas, an alliance is underway with the country when it « touches and worries » the country; refers to a cause that exists or explicitly binds the parties and their beneficiaries of the transfer; is provided by the original parties to run with the country; and whether the successor to the office has resigned. Westland Oil Devel Corp. v.
Gulf Oil Corp., 637 S.W.2d 903, 910-11 (Tex.1982); Williams, land use restrictions; Covenants Running with the Land at Law, 27 Tex.L. Rev. 419, 423 (1949). In order for the Confederation to run with the Land, there must be ownership between the parties to the agreement. This means that there must be a reciprocal or consecutive relationship with the same property rights. Pale v. Cass, 158 Tex. 560, 314 S.W.2d 807 (1958). It is said that an alliance is under way with the country if the alliance is annexed to the property and cannot be separated from the country or country that is transferred without it. Such a contract exists when the original owner and the successive owner of the property are subject to his or her responsibility or are entitled to his or her advantage. An alliance with the country is supposed to touch and worry property. For example, a person may own property, subject to the restriction that it should only be used for ecclesiastical purposes.
When the land is sold, the person can only do so on the buyer`s agreement that he will use the land only for ecclesiastical purposes. The Land is thus penalized or burdened by a restrictive Confederation, to the extent that the federal state expressly limits the use to which the Land can be added. In addition, the alliance is ongoing with the Land because despite subsequent changes, it remains linked to it. This type of alliance is also called the co-candidate. This distinction is essential. If a midstream service contract does not contain current agreements with the country, then an energy debtor could refuse the contract. However, if the agreement contains current agreements with the country, a debtor will hardly be able to refuse the midstream service contract. Ultimately, the question of state law is whether a contract contains real estate alliances that « run with the country. »  In a similar example, it would also be a horizontal practice if the owner of two adjacent lands had leased land to a tenant and agreed on rights and agreements relating to its use. The alliances they made would run again with the country for the second plot. COVENANT, cure. The name of a lawsuit for recovery of damages for violation of a confederation or a promise under seal. Two ld.
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