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Report No. 91

2.8. Sixth factor-nature of the act.-

The sixth factor mentioned above1 relates to the nature of the act (accident, suicide, homicide). This is most difficult to detect. Incidentally, the difficulty is enhanced by the locale in which the death takes place (the seventh factual component). However, later in the course of this Report, a few recommendations are proposed to be made, which might mitigate the difficulty to some extent.

1. Para. 2.1, supra.

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