Specific Performance for Burnt Property?

Court denied specific performance for real property, because the written contract was not with decedent or decedent’s agent, and oral contract with equitable consideration for possession and improvement to property does not amount to specific performance in this case, because property burnt and parties are disputing insurance proceeds, which is easily measured by monetary value.  Kriebel Estate, 2 Fid. Rep. 3d 398 (O.C. Montg. 2012) (Opinion by Ott, J.), aff’d 2885 EDA 2012 (Pa. Super. 10/25/2012) (non-precedential).

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