An updated draft on Creative Common Law has been uploaded to the site. This version (.5) completed the core of the “membership” section, which outlines the different types of membership on the CCL network. It also streamlined the organization of aggression types. Readers will be familiar with various elements, such as different types of “degrees” pf murder, but might find the distinction between “personal” and “property” aggressions somewhat innovative – especially with relation to the three types of coercion (force, duress, and fraud).
The next major task is filling in contract law, which generally shouldn’t be difficult. The major challenge is taking the best of western contract law and harmonizing it with the principle of non-aggression and property rights, as already defined in CCL.