1. In the preceding example, implementing an injunction to end future interference costs the defendant more than damages for future interference. Is this fact generally true or just a special feature of this example?
2. Use the theory of transaction costs to justify protecting the following rights by injunction or damages: a. A landowner’s right to exclude from his property a neighbor’s gas line.
b. A new car owner’s right to have her car’s defective transmission replaced by the seller.
c. A homeowner’s right to be free from air pollution by a nearby factory.
d. A spouse’s right to half the house on divorce.