A contract for the sale or lease of a mine1 will be specifically enforced, if fairly entered into, even if the mine is worthless, or on the ground of the purchaser's ignorance of mining matters, or hardship that might be caused to the purchaser2, but the court will not order specific performance of a contract for the sale or lease of mineral property if its terms3 or the subject matter4 are insufficiently defined. However, a description is sufficient if the subject matter is ascertainable, even where the boundaries of the property are not defined in the contract
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