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with the law into an 'individual right' vindicable in the
In doing so, the Court left the following question unanswered: at what point is a right that is not perfectly secured by appeal after a final judgment not also sufficiently vindicable on appeal to warrant an immediate appeal?
Mack makes this point to stave off Hillel Steiner's claim that individuals must have original rights to all of the physical components involved in acquiring something in order to have an ultimately vindicable title in the acquired object.