Where the work which is to be done is sufficiently defined to enable a defendant landlord who is carrying out the order to give his contractors the proper instructions1, the court may order specific performance2. If the landlord does not comply with the order, the tenant may apply to the court for a direction authorising the tenant to carry out the work at the landlord's expense
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