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Franklin v South Eastern Railway (1858) 3 H&N 211; 157 ER 448

This case considered the issue of damages and whether or not the father of a man killed by a negligent act could recover an amount for the money provided to him by his son for the remainder of his life and if this was capable of calculation.

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Franklin v South Eastern Railway (1858) 3 H&N 211; 157 ER 448
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