Agreement Suit

In considering the facts, the Supreme Court concluded that the plea that led to the action for an injunction and the plea that led to the continuation of a particular benefit were different. Consequently, in the same action, the applicant could not have claimed interim measures or specific services. The Court held that, of the three subsections, subsection (c) was the most important that did not appear in the old Act of 1877. However, it was inserted later with the recommendations of the report of the 9th Commission. This clause provides that the person seeking a particular benefit must demonstrate that he has fulfilled the essential conditions of the contract which he must fulfil or that he was willing to fulfil and that he was willing to fulfil.