In an exceptional way, other corrective measures are available to replace replacements depending on the type of contract. If the damage was, for example. B, an insufficient remedy, because the object was a single painting or a piece of land, or provide gasoline during an oil crisis, a court may force the literal or specific execution of the contractual terms. It may also compel a defendant to refrain from acts that constitute an ongoing offence.  Orders are discretionary remedies and, therefore, are not granted in cases where they may cause difficulties, such as. B that the mandatory transfer of property, if it meant that an unexpectedly disabled resident would lose her home.  In addition, at the latest since the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833, the courts have refused to award certain contracts of services to the person. This is part of a broader principle that two (potentially hostile) parties should not be brought to work in a long-term relationship. In Cooperative Insurance Ltd v. Argyll Ltd although a company broke its contract with a shopping centre to maintain its business, and actual performance was important to maintain flagship stores and thus attract more customers to the centre in general, a specific service was not granted because it was draconrous to force a potentially loss-making company to continue operating , and was probably unable to be monitored by the court. No distinction can be made to punish or set an example to an accused, even for a cynical and calculated breach of contract.
 However, in limited situations, an applicant may succeed with the right to return the offender`s profits, as is the case in cases where agents or other agents are involved in transactions in which they have a conflict of interest. In the main case, the profits of a former Secret Service agent from book sales, reported by the government in violation of Blake`s employment contract, were stolen by the Attorney General against Blake. While Lord Nicholls stated that, apart from compensatory damages, there was no appropriate remedy, that there were “no fixed rules” and that his masters were concerned that the development of the law was not hindered, the cases where such subsidies were contractual all brought a quasi-proprietary element. In an earlier case, Wrotham Park Ltd v. Parkside Homes Ltd, Brightman J awarded a percentage of the profits generated by the construction of many homes in violation of a restrictive contract, on the basis of a sum for which the parties would likely have been able to enter into a contract if they had made a good deal.  More recently, in Experience Hendrix LLC against PPX Enterprises Inc mance LJ felt that a percentage of PPX`s earnings infringing the intellectual property rights of Jimi Hendrix`s songs should be paid. Therefore, if, under a contract, one party is able to assert the rights of another party without its unconditional consent, a replacement right may be granted.