Adam contracts for artwork to be created for his office building by Beth, who later

Question: Adam contracts for artwork to be created for his office building by Beth, who later refuses to perform. Adam then contracts to sell the building to Carl, but soon finds another buyer willing to pay a higher price and refuses to transfer the property to Carl. In separate suits by Adam against Beth and by Carl against Adam, the plaintiffs seek specificAdam contracts for artwork to be created for his office building by Beth, who later refuses to perform. Adam then contracts to sell the building to Carl, but soon finds another buyer willing to pay a higher price and refuses to transfer the property to Carl. In separate suits by Adam against Beth and by Carl against Adam, the plaintiffs seek specific performance. How might the court rule in each case? Why? Explain fully.
Generally, the equitable remedy of specific performance will be granted only if two requirements are met: damages (money), under the circumstances, must be inadequate as a remedy, and the subject matter of the contract must be unique. The basic requi…View the full answer