In contractual disputes, the courts may order defendants to effectively perform contractual obligations, as originally agreed, if it is established that money alone cannot solve the problem. In other words, a court may order a specific service in the form of Replevin (transfer of actual goods) to remedy a contractual dispute if cash damages are not sufficient. (a) the separate possession or division and holding of property in addition to that benefit; or [7] section 20. (1) Without prejudice to the general quality of the provisions of the Indian Contract 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. Concrete fulfillment means keeping a promise made in a treaty, as agreed. An action for a given service may be brought by any party before a competent court that has suffered damage due to the non-performance of the contract by the other party. Equity courts provide remedies for certain benefits in the event of infringement. However, it is not possible to require it as a right, as it is provided for at the discretion of the Tribunal. . .

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