Specific Performance Of Agreement
 Section 20. Performance of the contract. – (1) Without prejudice to the general quality of the provisions of the Indian Contracts Act, 1872 (9 of 1872) and, unless otherwise agreed by the parties, the party suffering from such a breach may replace the performance by a third party or by its own agency if the contract is terminated by a party due to non-compliance with the promise. and to recover from the party who committed such an offence the costs and other costs that he actually incurred, spent or incurred. CASE 23: The Court may order that the specific performance of the contract be sanctioned by the statutory authorities Section 16(c) of the Act, as amended by the Specific Relief (Amendment) Act, 2018, no longer requires the applicant to demonstrate availability and availability, as previously required by a mantra in the appeal. However, I believe that it is always imperative that the applicant prove that he has already fulfilled or that he has always been willing and willing to fulfil the essential conditions of the contract which he had to fulfil. This is not possible, unless the applicant, who is a performance coach, also makes the necessary drop-offs in the appeal, which reveal and disclose facts that reveal the availability and availability and/or the service. According to settled case-law, evidence cannot be invoked against pleadings and it would therefore be necessary to have sufficient pleadings to enable the Court to conclude on the elements of the amended Article 16, that is to say, proof of availability and availability or provision. The concrete benefit is an appropriate exemption granted by the Tribunal to enforce a respondent`s obligation to do what it has contractually agreed. The limitation period required for an appeal for a given benefit is three years from the date fixed for the benefit or, if the benefit is not fixed, if the claimant has noticed that the benefit has been refused. Section 10 of the Specific Relief Act 1963 provides that «cases in which a specific performance of the contract may be applied. Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, the actual performance of a contract may be applied at the discretion of the court – (a) if there is no standard for determining the actual harm caused by the failure to comply with the agreed act; or (b) if the agreed act is such that compensation in cash for its non-performance would not provide adequate discharge.
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