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Certificates Involved With Coroners
If the coroner has been involved in the reporting of a death, some of the forms required are different; these are detailed below:

In the instance that a doctor has informed the coroner of a death, but the doctor has been granted permission by the coroner to issue a medical certificate, a Medical Certificate of the Cause of Death and the Formal Notice will be issued in the same way as usual, e.g., from the hospital office or the doctor's surgery.

 
In addition, there will also be a Form A, a pink form from the coroner informing the registrar that their office is aware of the death but that no additional investigation is required. It also informs that permission has been granted to the doctor to issue the certificate declaring the cause of death.

In many part of the country, Form A is delivered electronically via email, by the coroner's service direct to the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages. Typically these are located within the area of the surgery or hospital concerned.

In some regions, you may be asked to collect this form direct from the coroner and take it to the registrar along with the Medical Certificate of the Cause of Death. The coroner's office, bereavement officer or the doctor will help to explain this in more detail to you.

If the coroner has ordered a post-mortem examination but there is in fact, no requirement for an inquest, Notification by the Coroner (Pink Form B/Form 100), will be automatically issued to the registrar.

In some instances, the form/s may be given to you to take to the registrar yourself. Usually issued by a doctor, this replaces the Medical Certificate of the Cause of Death.

Order for Burial (Form 101)- This is issued if there is an inquest and the person is going to be buried. Typically collected by the funeral director from the coroner's office on your behalf, this form is important if the deceased was not local at the time of their death.

Cremation Form 6 (Certificate of Coroner)- issued when there's a coroner's inquest or post-mortem and the individual is going to be cremated. This form is normally collected by the funeral director on your behalf. Introduced on 1st January 2009, this form replaced the Coroner's (yellow) 'E' certificate, and allows the funeral to take place.

Removal Notice (Form 104)- This form is necessary when the deceased is planning to be moved out of England and Wales. Sometimes referred to as the 'Out of England' form, this form will typically be collected by the funeral director on your behalf.

When a death is reported to the coroner, a post-mortem ordered and a burial as opposed to cremation requested by the legal representative or next-of-kin, the death must, in every instance, be registered before the funeral is able to take place.

In the majority of cases where a cremation has been requested and authorised by the coroner, you have 14 working days to register the death. As soon as this stage has been completed, the cremation can go ahead.

If there is a need to obtain official certification for financial reasons before an inquest, the coroner can, if requested, issue an Interim Death Certificate.

Extremely important:

A pre-inquest, also called an Inquest is mandatory in all cases where an inquest has been ordered. Typically taking place at the hospital's Place of Rest (Chapel of Rest), this procedure will be attended by a Coroner's Officer/ Representative and is purely for the purpose of identifying the deceased. This is essential prior to any funeral plans are established.

 
  At Exmouth & District Funeral Services, we realise that this is an unusual and difficult time for you. As such, your contact with us is a personal and professional priority. Our primary goal is to be available to you and perform the professional and caring service needed, in order to reduce the burden to you and your family.  
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