Deaths

What if the death was referred to the Coroner?

What happens when there is an inquest?

Where there has been a coroner’s inquest you will not have to attend a registration. After the coroner has confirmed the inquest is complete, please contact the register office to purchase your certificates.

What happens when there is a post mortem?

Where there has been a coroner’s post mortem without inquest, you will still have to attend a registration.

Please phone us for an appointment so we can confirm beforehand if we have received the coroner’s Form 100B that will be required for the registration.

What happens when the case is referred to the coroner but a post mortem is not necessary?

If the case has been referred to the coroner but a medical certificate has still been issued to you by a doctor you will still have to attend a registration. Please phone us for an appointment so we can confirm beforehand if we have received the coroner’s Form 100A that will be required for the registration.

Please note: remember to contact the register office urgently in cases that are referred to the coroner but where no inquest will be held, as the death should still be registered within seven days.

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