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Thank you. It is indeed possible to make a claim for specific performance without any involvement of legal personnel. You can make a claim at any time yourself and there is never a legal requirement that you must be legally represented in court. The issue with specific performance is that it is only as good as the other party agreeing to abide by it. No one can physically force them to make the changes so it just means that by refusing to undertake what is ordered of them they will be in contempt of court and may face further repercussions such as fines and more potential losses. If you did want to make an application then you do so by completing form N1 available from the HMCS website.