McKenzie v. Feldman – Case Brief Summary (Oklahoma)

In McKenzie v. Feldman, 434 P.2d 884, 886 (Okla. 1967), the Oklahoma Supreme Court rejected the suggestion that the "lack of mutuality of remedy" acted as an absolute bar to the award of specific performance. Id.

In reaching its decision, the court made clear that granting specific performance may be proper, even absent "mutuality of remedy," so long as the decree of specific performance would operate "without injustice or oppression" to either party. Id.