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The article features the principles of proper and specific performance of civil obligations and their correlation. The principle of proper execution presupposes that the debtor's actions comply with the terms of the agreement and the requirements of the law or customs in terms of the provision of the proper subject by the proper person in the proper place and at the proper time. This principle is universal for all stages. The principle of specific performance is characteristic of the abnormal stage: it is when the debtor refuses to perform the in-kind financial obligations. The author analyzed Articles 308.3 and 396 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation. They contain rules on the ratio of the award to execution in kind with other ways of protecting civil rights. The article introduces negative (objective and subjective) and positive limits of the principle of specific performance. The principle of specific performance is not the same as the reality of performance as an element of the principle of specific performance (proper subject). The article contains some ideas on how to improve the civil legislation.

performance of obligations, proper performance, specific performance, in-kind performance, way of protection, principles of performance of obligations
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