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Cindy with a restriction similar to Ann’s.  Ann can enforce the restriction against Bob if a court will imply a reciprocal servitude against him, which may depend on the existence of a common plan.  Ann also can enforce the restriction against Cindy, either as an implied reciprocal servitude or as a TPB of Cindy’s promise to CG, which may require the existence of a common plan.  Bob can enforce the restriction against Ann as the successor to a lot benefited by Ann’s covenant, though he may have to show a common plan because his lot is not similarly restricted.  Bob can also enforce the restriction against Cindy under a third party beneficiary theory.  He cannot use the implied reciprocal argument against Cindy, since he did not make a promise from which a reciprocal servitude may be implied.  Similarly, he cannot claim to be the beneficiary of a reciprocal servitude implied from Ann’s covenant to CG.  Cindy can enforce the restriction against Bob, since he never gave a covenant.  A court probably would not treat Cindy as a TPB of any reciprocal servitude implied against Bob from Ann’s promise.  A court also is unlikely to retroactively imply a reciprocal servitude against Bob based on Cindy’s promise to CG. (252)

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