It contains, inter alia, provisions relating to the specific performance of contracts, contracts that are not explicitly enforceable, parties who can obtain a specific service and who can be the subject of a specific service, etc. It also gives the courts a wide margin of appreciation to issue certain benefits and reject injunctions, etc. Due to the wide margin of appreciation, the courts generally pay damages in most cases and exceptionally award certain benefits. This is not possible, unless the applicant, who is a performance coach, also makes the necessary drop-offs in the appeal, which reveal and disclose facts that reveal the availability and availability and/or the service. According to settled case-law, evidence cannot be invoked against pleadings and it would therefore be necessary to have sufficient pleadings to enable the Court to conclude on the elements of the amended Article 16, that is to say, proof of availability and availability or provision. 6. Who are the parties necessary to take legal action for a given service? Despite the above-mentioned changes, the courts continue to take into account the following well-defined criteria and principles, while granting or denying certain benefits. .