Specific Performance Self-Quiz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George is the owner of Babe’s Baseball Memorabilia. He is currently negotiating to buy a Honus Wagner baseball card from Mickey. Mickey agrees to sell the card, the only one of its kind, for $250,000. The day before George and Mickey are due to make their exchange, Mickey calls George and tells him that the deal is off. If George sues Mickey, the court will award him specific performance and force Mickey to sell the card to George:
True
False
George and Lenny agree to buy five acres of farmland from Curley for $250,000. A few days before George and Lenny are supposed to pay the contract price and take title to the land, they call Curley and tell him that the deal is off. If Curley sues George and Lenny, the court will award Curley specific performance, and force George and Lenny to pay for the land and take title to it:
True
False
Ben and Jerry and Eddie enter into a contract under which Eddie will manage Ben and Jerry’s ice cream plant for two years at a salary of $250,000 per year. One week before Eddie is supposed to begin, Eddie signs a contract to manage Breyers’ ice cream plant and tells Ben and Jerry that he will not be coming to work for them. If Ben and Jerry sue Eddie, the court will award them specific performance and force Eddie to work for Ben and Jerry:
True
False

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