Corollary to having well-defined and refined property rights is the strengthening of the legal system such that it can effectively enforce property rights. The best means to protect private property rights is to strengthen the role of private providers since there is often a conflict of interest when the State is involved in protecting private property rights. Both the definition of property rights and the ability to enforce property rights are currently very weak, even weaker than they were 100 years ago.
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