Interesting private arbitration on the internet. Arbitrators include Stephan Kinsella and Jacob Huebert. This is a preview of how private justice could work in a free world.Read more »
by STEPHAN KINSELLA. Tom Woods blogs about an intriguing new service, in I Love People Who Actually Do Things I Only Talk About.Read more »
International arbitration can exist without government!Read more »
Florida courts are rocketing through mortgage cases with hearings lasting mere seconds. Would this happen in private arbitration? The foreclosure hearing lasted less than 20 seconds, with Judge John Carlin asking her two questions: Are you current on your mortgage and are you living in the home? She answered no and yes and then offered to show him her paperwork.
"I don't need to see that. That's between you and the bank," he said as he gave Ms. Hill Scott, her husband and three grandchildren 60 days to work out a deal with their lender or vacate their three-bedroom house.Read more »
"Xeer, is the polycentric legal system of Somalia. Under this system, elders serve as judges and help mediate cases using precedents. It is a good example of how customary law works within a stateless society and is a fair approximation of what is thought of as natural law. Several scholars have noted that even though Xeer may be centuries old, it has the potential to serve as the legal system of a modern, well-functioning economy."Read more »
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