Davey, James and Coggon, John
New Law Journal, 156, (7218), .
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Discusses the possible financial implications of the Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill 2005, which contains provisions on physician assisted suicide, referring to the provisions of cl.10 on the validation of life insurance where patients have died due to physician assisted suicide and the issue of forfeiture. Considers general provisions of life insurance regarding suicide and considers the effects of mercy killing on succession rights. Refers to similar legislative provisions in Oregon in considering how the Bill should be interpreted and the effects on insurers' freedom
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