Specific Performance, Doctrine of privity,
i) Dixon J in J C Williamson Ltd v Lukey Mulholland 1 explained that specific performance is 'in the proper sense, a remedy to compel the execution in specie of a contract which requires some definite thing to be done before the transaction is complete and the parties' rights are settled in the manner intended'.
Specific performance is a principle which is usually applied when other remedies or damages are inadequate to remedy the breach of contract. This will mean that in order for Adolf to seek specific performance, the contract must have commenced or part performed and that damages as…
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