would have no guarantees that thesernobligations would be met if a judge werernunable to enforee these obligations.rnThus, courts have been constitutionallyrnallowed by the Supreme Court to enterrn"structural injunctions," i.e., an orderrnstructuring how repayment of the obligationsrnis to be made. This type of judicialrnorder would almost certainly be . . .

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