Which of the following best states how the court will probably rule in Lenox’s action?
(A) The covenant against assignment is void as a restraint against alienation.
(B) Lenox’s only remedy is an action against Boyer for damages resulting from breach of the covenant.
(C) Lenox waived his rights under the covenant by consenting to the assignment by Ashdown to Boyer.
(D) The transfer by Boyer to Cole was not an assignment but a sublease.
Questions 19-20 are based on the following fact situation.
Owsley was the owner of a large tract of realty with its southernmost boundary fronting on a public road. Owsley divided the tract into two parcels, one to the north of the other. Owsley named the southernmost parcel, which fronted on the public road, Southacre. He named the northernmost parcel Northacre, and sold it to Archer. Northacre did not have road frontage, and was accessible only by a visible dirt road which crossed Southacre. The deed by which Owsley conveyed Northacre to Archer contained language granting a right-of-way easement over the dirt road. Several years after purchasing Northacre, Archer purchased Southacre from Owsley. Archer never occupied Northacre and never used the dirt road which crossed Southacre.
(A) The visible dirt road across Southacre which provided access to Northacre was a quasi-easement.
(B) Since there was no other access to Northacre, Barnhart received an easement by implied reservation.
(C) Since there was no other access to Northacre, Barnhart received an easement by necessity.
(D) The grant of a right-of-way easement across Southacre contained in the deed by which Owsley conveyed Northacre to Archer benefits all subsequent purchasers of Northacre.