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Students of civil law theory have long understood how the legislator can influence reality by issuing binding norms or envisaging rules of default. Ayres’s basic idea is that, in certain cases, the legislator can intervene on the market with a new and, above all, relatively non-invasive instrument of contractual autonomy of the parties, regulating the existence and structure of legislative and private menus. In conclusion, menus count and the way is open to those who wish to understand how.