Whether specific performance of a contract to convey property in consideration of a contract by the grantee to support the grantor can be given at the instance of the grantee is a question upon which there is a conflict of authority. In some cases it has been held that the grantee may have specific performance if such relief should have been given under the contract to convey if supported by a money consideration.1 It is generally assumed the specific performance cannot be given to the grantor, since it is impracticable for a court of equity to oversee and compel its actual performance.2 In other cases, therefore, it has been held that the doctrine of mutuality requires equity to deny the remedy of specific performance to the grantee, as the vendor could not have it.3