An action under the Fatal Accidents Act 1976 must be brought for the benefit of the dependants of the deceased1. 'Dependant' means:
(1) the wife or husband or former wife or husband of the deceased2;
(2) the civil partner or former civil partner of the deceased3;
(3) any person who:
(a) was living with the deceased in the same household immediately before the date of death; and
(b) had been living with the deceased in the same household for at least two years before that date4; and
(c) was living during the whole of that period as the husband
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