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Asamera Oil Corporation v. Sea Oil & General Corporation, [1979] 1 SCR 633


In order to seek specific performance as opposed to damages, must have a legitimate and substantial interest (can justify one’s inaction and might recover losses), and onus is on the plaintiff to prove legitimate interest.
**If not legitimate and substantial must claim damages and have duty to mitigate

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