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Section 21-9-1 - Performance may be compelled except as provided.
Section 21-9-2 - Obligations and agreements not specifically enforceable.
Section 21-9-3 - Unfair and unreasonable contracts not specifically enforceable.
Section 21-9-4 - Mutuality of remedy or full performance by plaintiff required for specificperformance.
Section 21-9-5 - Performance of conditions precedent required for specific performance--Compensation for plaintiff's defaults.
Section 21-9-6 - Clear title required for specific performance of agreement to purchase property.
Section 21-9-7 - Real property obligation enforceable against successor in interest--Good faithpurchaser--Exoneration by conveyance.
Section 21-9-8 - Performance or offer to perform in lieu of signature of written contract.
Section 21-9-9 - Adequacy of compensation for failure to transfer property.
Section 21-9-10 - Compelling delivery of personal property to person entitled to possession.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > South-dakota > Title-21 > Chapter-09

Section 21-9-1 - Performance may be compelled except as provided.
Section 21-9-2 - Obligations and agreements not specifically enforceable.
Section 21-9-3 - Unfair and unreasonable contracts not specifically enforceable.
Section 21-9-4 - Mutuality of remedy or full performance by plaintiff required for specificperformance.
Section 21-9-5 - Performance of conditions precedent required for specific performance--Compensation for plaintiff's defaults.
Section 21-9-6 - Clear title required for specific performance of agreement to purchase property.
Section 21-9-7 - Real property obligation enforceable against successor in interest--Good faithpurchaser--Exoneration by conveyance.
Section 21-9-8 - Performance or offer to perform in lieu of signature of written contract.
Section 21-9-9 - Adequacy of compensation for failure to transfer property.
Section 21-9-10 - Compelling delivery of personal property to person entitled to possession.

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