Contract and Specific Relief is a popular and classic work. The work deals with the intricacies of the contract law in a straightforward and lucid style. The book covers many new developing areas in contract law which are of practical and academic importance. The author has thoroughly revised this work. The book covers recent Supreme Court and High Court decisions on issues arising out of modern day trade and commerce, which have thereby contributed to the development of the law on the subject. For example, whether E-ticket passengers are bound by the terms and conditions of the journey when not aware of it, Inter-Globe Aviation Ltd. v. N. Satchidanand, (2011); whether Fax can be recognised as a valid method of communication, Quadricon (P) Ltd. v. Bajrang Alloys Ltd., (2008); and whether educational institution's recognition makes it a tradable commodity, Evva Memorial Teacher Training Institute v. National Council for Teacher Education, (2008). The work reveals the rich experience and pragmatic approach of the author, which renders the book indispensable for the legal fraternity and students alike. The book is greatly admired and read by students, lawyers, judges, academicians, researchers and has been extolled by reviewers in India and abroad.