Welcome to your The Specific Relief Act,1963 Test -4

Q1. Specific performance of a contract means
Q2. Jurisdiction of the court to enforce specific performance of a contract is
Q3. Specific performance of a contract
Q4. Specific performance of a contract can be granted in respect of
Q5. Explanation to section 10 of the specific Relief Act,1930, the presumption is that
Q6. Section 11 of the Specific Relief Act, 1930 provides for
Q7. Section 11 of the specific Relief Act,1930 applies where
Q8. A contract made by trustee in excess of his powers or in breach of trust , under section 11 of the specific Relief Act,1963 is
Q9. Specific performance of a part of the contract , has been dealt with under
Q10. Under Section 12(2) of the relief Act,1963, part performance of a contract can be enforced by
Q11. Section 12(3) of the specific Relief Act,1963, applies where the part which remains unperformed, of the contract is
Q12. For section 12(4) of the specific Relief Act. 1963, to apply
Q13. Contracts not specifically enforceable have been enumerated in
Q14. Preventive relief is granted by the court under section 36 of the specific relief Act,1963
Q15. Section 36 of the Specific Relief Act,1963, classifications injunctions into
Q16. Section 37 of the Specific Relief Act,1963, provides that a perpetual injunction can be granted
Q17. An injunction granted during the pendency of a suit , under section 37 of the specific Relief Act,1963 is known as a
Q18. Under Section 37 of the Specific Relief Act,1963, a temporary injunction can be granted
Q19. Grant of temporary injunctions by virtue of section 37 of the Specific Relief Act,1963 is regulated by
Q20. The circumstances under which a prepetual injunction can be granted have been enumerated under

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