run, vb.

1. To expire after a prescribed period (the statute of limitations had run, so the plaintiff’s lawsuit was barred).

2. To accompany a conveyance or assignment of (land) (the covenant runs with the land). [Cases: Covenants 53¨C84. C.J.S. Covenants ¡ì¡ì 6, 25¨C37.]

3. To apply ( the injunction runs against only one of the parties in the dispute).

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