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injunction

specific performance

rescission

rectification

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the contracts are cancelled and both parties are put back to original position

the parties to a contract must do what they agreed to do when they signed the contract (e.g. sell a property even though the seller no longer wants to and has offered the buyer lots of money as compensation).

contracts with errors contrary to the agreed terms can be rectified to reflect what was originally agreed

a court order preventing the defendant from doing something (prohibitory) or forcing them to do something (mandatory).


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