Intersentia has just published Jan Hallebeek and Harry Dondorp (eds), The right to specific performance: the historical development (2010). The website entry reads:
This book is a sequel to volume 71 of the same series (Specific Performance in Contract Law: National and Other Perspectives). It resulted from the co-operation between legal historians, participating in the programme ‘Contract law and law of obligations in general’ of the research school Ius Commune.
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