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Unformatted text preview: would not be good because it is contrary to the public policy expressed in the Thirteenth Amendment to the U. S Constitution as our reading points out. In situation C, the court might grant specific performance because of the unique value of the coins. This is the case because an element of specific performance is that the good or goods are not identical and can not be brought in a normal market. In situation D the courts might grant specific performance because the value of stock could be different from one day to another. So receiving a legal monetary remedy might not sarfice for the actual stock. Specific Performance 3 Reference Miller, R., & Jentz, G.(2008). Fundamentals of business law part I . Boston, MA: Cengage....
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