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specific performance

noun Law.
(especially in the sale of land) literal compliance with one's contractual promises pursuant to a judicial mandate.

Origin:
1870–75

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n
law a remedy awarded by a court requiring a person to fulfil obligations under a contract where damages are an insufficient remedy

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