In this chapter, we return to the subject of legal distinctions. But not just any legal distinctions—rather those that play fundamental roles in the architecture of contemporary law and accordingly recur frequently across many fields of law (e.g., property, contracts, securities). These we will call “structural distinctions.” Structural distinctions are extremely important because they and their interactions comprise much of the basic framework of contemporary law.
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