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The developers of a labour-mining company bear the cost that the company, when it is created, buys certain mining properties. They do not make reasonable arrangements to determine the value of this property – and therefore agree to pay an extravagant price. They also require sellers to give them a bonus of buying money. This treaty cannot be implemented in a specific way. Please note that the term „material terms“ means the essential purpose of the contract. The goal can be teaching, singing, writing a book, etc. Contracts that relate to a person`s personal skills/qualifications cannot be applied specifically in the context of legal proceedings, the only choice for the aggrieved party is to settle for the listing of damages and to settle for them. In light of several judgments and court statements, it was found that a court would not be required to expressly order the performance of a service to the person. Please note that the provision of services to the person under a contract depends on the will of the parties or where the predefined actions require knowledge, skills, skills, experience or exercise of judgment, integrity of discretion and, in particular, personal qualities, if a performance according to the spirit of the contract is based on the individual will and capacity of the contractor, a court cannot exercise these obligations in a concrete way on behalf of or on behalf of the contractor. There are some treaties that cannot be implemented in practice because of possible restrictions and problems related to the legality of the treaty itself. Suppose, for example, that John contracts with Mary to provide him with personal services, such as.

B make a portrait of his dog. Mary cannot impose the benefit under the contract because the courts simply offer compensation for all the money Mary John paid before the job was done. In addition, any contract that requires a type of skill or knowledge, i.e. singing, playing an instrument, etc., cannot be applied in a specific way. Your Highness Maharani Shantidevi P Gaikwadv. Savjibhai Haribhai Patel (2001 5 SCC 101), houses for the weaker parts of society had to be built. The applicant and the defendant entered into the corresponding agreement on construction. Subsequently, however, the defendant stated that the agreement and the insurance under oath were illegal and were therefore unable for the applicants and the defendants to enter into the contractual obligations. Irritated, the applicant had filed a decree for the concrete implementation of the agreement, which was issued by both the Tribunal and the High Court. Later, when the defendants appealed to the Supreme Court, the appeal was accepted and the Supreme Court held that the performance of that contract, given the nature of the settlement and the facts and circumstances of the case, would involve ongoing monitoring that is not possible. In addition, it is said: „… it is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to continuously monitor and monitor the construction and subsequent allocation of these houses.

Section 14 of the Act refers to contracts that cannot be applied in practice.