When considering the grant of a decree of specific performance the court can decide questions which relate to the construction of a document1. The court may also rectify a document on the grounds of mistake and then order specific performance of the rectified document2. Where the contract was made for the benefit of a third party a decree can be made in favour of that third party3. Where the contract contains a misdescription as to the quantity or quality of the property or in his interest or title
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