General Equity Corporation enters into a contract with Honi, who agrees to create artwork for General's main office building. Honi delays and eventually refuses to perform. Meanwhile, General contracts to sell the building to Ideal Investments, Inc., but before the transaction is complete, Jewel Funds Company offers to pay a higher price. General refuses to transfer the building to Ideal. In seperate suits by General against Honi and by Ideal against General, each plaintiff seeks specific performance. How might the court rule in each case, and why?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 3:22 am ad1c9bdddf
For the suit against Honi, the GEC seeks the artwork that was contracted to be provided by Honi to GEC.
For the suit against GEC by Ideal, Ideal is seeking the main office ...
The solution discusses what specific performance is sought.