Singh v Nazeer: 1979

Once an order for specific performance has been made by the court, the parties have put it into the hands of the court as to how the contract is to be carried out. The provisions of the order regulate how the contract is to be carried out. The completion notice procedure available under the contract is no longer intended to be applicable: the working out, variation or cancellation of the order is a matter for the court on application made to it .


Sir Robert Megarry VC


[1979] Ch 474


England and Wales

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CitedPaige v Webb CA 26-Jul-2001
The claimant sought rescission of a consent order for specific performance made in an earlier action. The purchasers had not complied simply with the order, but had sought to bring back certain parts of the original contract.
Held: Once an . .
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Land, Litigation Practice

Updated: 29 April 2022; Ref: scu.183057