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Borg v Howlett [1996] NSWSC 153

This case considered the issue of specific performance and whether or not the purchaser of a horse was entitled to specific performance of the sale for the correct horse where it was later discovered he had purchased the wrong horse.

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Borg v Howlett [1996] NSWSC 153
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