The Bancorp Bank v. Cross & Simon LLC, C.A. No. 10299 (Del. Ch. May 8, 2015). This Chancery ruling explains that a declaratory judgment action could be filed in either Chancery or Superior Court, but in order for the Delaware Court of Chancery to have jurisdiction there must be some type of equitable basis for the suit, for example, in the type of relief requested in the declaratory action. Likewise, a claim for specific performance to obtain payment of money seeks a legal remedy that belongs in Superior Court. In this case, the remedy sought was money in an escrow account and the court found there was no basis for equitable jurisdiction.