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The steps you must take when someone dies - register a death, report a death with Tell Us Once, coroners, funerals and death abroad
Forms for burial or cremation authorities and funeral directors to claim back fees and specific expenses for a child burial or cremation.
Form for coroners to complete to release a body for cremation.
How to apply to the Children’s Funeral Fund for help paying for a funeral for a child under 18
Children’s Funeral Fund for England established to ensure no parent will have to pay for their child’s burial or cremation.
Bereaved families will be the focus of proposed new cremation rules and a review of out-of-hours coroner services announced today by Justice Minister Caroline Dinenage.…
You need an exhumation licence if you are removing human remains from the ground
Form for medical referees to authorise the cremation of a deceased person's body.…
The ‘Guide to coroner services' is primarily for bereaved people but others involved in or affected by a coroner investigation or attending a coroner’s inquest may also find it helpful.…
Annual National Statistics on deaths reported to coroners.
Annual national statistics on deaths reported to coroners, including inquests and post-mortems held, inquest conclusions recorded and finds reported to coroners under treasure legislation.
The eighth summary bulletin of coroners’ reports to prevent future deaths and responses under Rule 43 of the Coroners …
The Parliamentary Under Secretary of State is responsible for: victims (including domestic abuse) female offenders youth justice offender health coroners, burials, inquests and inquiries Lammy Review Race Disparity Audit Devolved Administrations devolution (PCCs) human rights Lawfare mental…
Help for medical practitioners on how to complete cremation forms, Cremation 4 and Cremation 5, the medical certificates.…
Forms for applying for a cremation, including certificates and authorisation forms for doctors, funeral directors and crematorium managers.
Coroners’ reports and responses received from organisations asked to consider action to prevent future deaths.
Details of coroners’ reports and responses received from organisations asked to consider action to prevent future deaths.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
How to complain about the behaviour of a judge, magistrate, tribunal member or coroner
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