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A suit to compel a party to carry out the terms of a contract is a suit for A) Equitey B) Specific Performance C) Malpractice D) Negligence
A suit to compel a party to carry out the terms of a contract is a suit for: Specific Performance.
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A suit to compel a party to carry out the terms of a contract is a suit for: Specific Performance.

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