An obligee of an authority has the right in addition to all other rights which may
be conferred on such obligee, subject only to any contractual restrictions binding
upon such obligee:
1. By mandamus, suit, action, or proceeding at law or in equity to compel the authority
or its officers, agents or employees to perform each and every term, provision and
covenant contained in any contract of the authority with or for the benefit of such
obligee, and to require the carrying out of any or all such covenants and agreements
of the authority and the fulfillment of all duties imposed upon the authority by the
Housing Authorities Law of 1947.
2. By suit, action or proceeding in equity, to enjoin any acts or things which may
be unlawful, or the violation of any of the rights of such obligee of the authority.
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