A society of costless complaint

Jean-Marc Nattier, La justice châtiant l'injustice, 1737. Private collection

Jean-Marc Nattier, La justice châtiant l’injustice, 1737. Private collection

Costless, that is, to the complainant, writes Dalrymple. We have done so

the better to hand authority and give employment to adjudicating bodies.

Complaint

free at the point of use (for the complainant) has to be paid for by someone else.

At least blackmail is a crime, whereas

making a false or unjustified claim, however outrageous, is without cost to him who makes it.

Every litigant

should have something to lose, and claim companies should be prohibited.

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