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2.5. Position in U.S.A.-

In the United States, the statute law in the majority of the States provides for compensation for death, substantially on the same lines as the English Act. The phraseology differs, but the substance is the same.1

1. Note in (1964-65), Vol. 17, Stanford Law Review, pp. 1054-1055.

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