If one party to an agreement for a lease refuses to perform the agreement on his part, the other party is usually entitled to bring a claim for specific performance1. Since this is an equitable remedy2, the court has a discretion whether to grant it, and it will not be ordered if the agreement is uncertain in any material respect3, or if it involves hardship4 (as, for example, where it would entail the ejectment of tenants in possession5). Nor will it be ordered if the order will have no beneficial result (as, for example, where the agreed term has
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