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Subject:  Re: OT: Reparations Date:  6/5/2001  4:18 PM
Author:  Amphian Number:  41012 of 876060

So let's say that a former Holocaust slave labourer dies prior to receiving his reparation payment. So nothing would paid to his estate? And if so, what would be the dis-incentive for the unscrupulous to just tie up payments in litigation until after the effected ones die?

IMHO, if the slave laborer filed a claim before his or her death, the case should be allowed to continue until it is decided in court. In that case, the damages would be payable to the estate.


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