specific performance(redirected from Plaintiff's Conduct)
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The carrying out of a contract according to its particular terms, especially as ordered by a court instead of paying damages for failing to carrying out the contract.
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(Law) 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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literal compliance with one's contractual promises, as in the sale of land.
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|Noun||1.||specific performance - the performance of a legal contract as specified by its terms|
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