Cohen v Roche [1927]


  • Unique furniture was contracted to be sold
  • The defendant refused to sell it


  • Could specific performance be ordered?


  • No


  • Although there was a unique circumstance to the contract, the intention of the claimant was to sell it on for profit, therefore damages were adequate.
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