Response or Comment
Among the many troublesome problems in law those arising out of "covenants running with the land" are not the least It is quite clear that in order for a covenant to "run" there must be an intimacy of relationship between it and the land, or. more properly, the estate, with which it passes. It is, then, vitally important to consider in each case the subject matter, the content of the covenant, and this matter of relationship.
Aigler, Ralph W "The Content of Covenants in Leases." Mich. L. Rev. 17 (1918): 93-4.