‘Knowledge and Normative Convergence in Property Law’

“One of the most intriguing features of New Private Law scholarship is its recognition that diverse normative accounts often converge in explaining core private law doctrine. For instance, the right to exclude as an incident of ownership can be understood in consequentialist terms as a means of accounting for information costs, or alternatively in deontological terms as a way to protect a sphere of individual autonomy …” (more)

[Malcolm Lavoie, New Private Law, 20 May]

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