PRIVITY OF CONTRACT. The relation which subsists between two contracting
parties. Hamm. on Part. 182.
2. From the nature of the covenant entered into by him, a lessee has
both privity of contract and of estate; and though by an assignment of his
lease he may destroy his privity of estate, still the privity of contract
remains, and he is liable on his covenant notwithstanding the assignment.
Dougl. 458, 764; Vin. Ab. h.t. 6 How. U. S. R. 60. Vide Privies.
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