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Latest changes to missing persons law ‘not perfect’

"The old man had simply disappeared," his daughter told me. He had travelled abroad to visit relatives and had not been heard of since. When a person goes missing, whatever the tragic circumstances, not only do the individual’s friends or relatives have to cope with the emotional turmoil, they are left in limbo when it comes to dealing with practical matters as well, writes Arabella Murphy.

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