In Minnesota Invco of RSA, #7, Inc. v. MidWest Wireless Holdings, LLC,  read opinion here,  the Chancery Court interpreted an LLC Agreement  and reviewed the prerequisites of specific performance as well as basic contract interpretation principles. Describing the grant of specific performance as a "matter of grace that rests within the sound discretion of the court", it was also noted that there must not be an adequate remedy at law and the enforceability of the contract must be proven by clear and convincing evidence. Among the basic contract principles observed was this classic: simply  because the parties disagree on the interpretation of a contract does not make it ambiguous. Rather, in order to be ambiguous such that parol evidence is admissible, the provisions in controversy must be "reasonably or fairly susceptible to" different interpretations, or  it must be determined that they may have two or more different meanings.