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Pennsylvania was among the first states to enact in 1923 the Uniform Declaratory Judgements Act. Under it nearly two hundred reported cases, embracing some of the most illuminating opinions in the country and unfortunately, also some of the least defensible, have been decided in the various courts of Pennsylvania. It is a little regrettable that the better decisions seem to have been the earlier ones, whereas some of the latter decisions mark a retrogression.
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