Bright-Line Fever: Simple Legal Rules and Complex Property Customs among the Fataluku of East Timor
Recent law and economics scholarship has revived a debate on bright-line rules in property theory. Economic analysis asserts a baseline preference for bright-line property rules because of the information costs if "all the world" had to understand a range
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