Fazzio, et al. v. Mason, 150 Idaho 591 (Ida. Sup. Ct. 2011)

(breach of contract case; defendant, buyer under two real estate purchase contracts, admits to having breached two contracts to purchase farmland but argues that specific performance is not appropriate remedy; court upholds trial court's determination that specific performance appropriate remedy - buyer's financial inability to pay not complete bar to specific performance; defendant had significantly altered the property by causing them to be annexed in anticipation of developing them and subjecting them to local ordinances, and defendant was experienced real estate developer). 

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