I have now read Private Law in Iceland and Anarchy in the Aachen. I already read The Not So Wild West link inside Sterling link http://www.lewrockwell.com/block/block167.html
About Private Law in Iceland. I think bad rich people then can do bad things and buy an private army to defend them. And also this is a qoute from that article
” A second objection is that the rich (or powerful) could commit crimes with impunity, since nobody would be able to enforce judgment against them. Where power is sufficiently concentrated this might be true; this was one of the problems which led to the eventual breakdown of the Icelandic legal system in the thirteenth century ”
And about Anarchy in the Aachen. I read in that article that it had at high piont only 2000 people. So it ‘s basically a small town. And usually there is not much crime in small towns.