|Doig, Gavin on 17 Jan 2002 13:23:00 -0000|
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|RE: spoon-discuss: Re: spoon-business: Moderation among the justi ce reform|
> You don't mess with Rule 10. Let me demonstrate what you just made
> "I abolish Rule 126, illegally."
That's pretty much the problem with the whole pragmatist approach to the CFJ system.
Contrast it with our current, Platonist, system, where we can repeal rule 10 with no ill effects (proof of this is left as an exercise for the reader, or me later when I have more time). In fact, I think in many ways we'd be better off without it, because it claims powers it simply cannot have.
Admittedly, abolishing r126 illegally possible at the moment if no one CFJs you, but I think my soon-to-be-submitted proosal to replace the statute fixes that.
Repeal rule 10!
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