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Registering the death
The people who are legally allowed to register the death are:
 a relative.
 a person present at the death.
 the occupier of the premises where the death occurred if they were aware of the death.
 the person dealing with the funeral arrangements (this does not include the funeral director).

Next you will need to take the medical certificate to the office of the Registrar for Births and Deaths and Marriages to legally record the death. The death must be registered in the district where it occurred and should be recorded within five days if possible (exceptions apply – especially in Coroner's cases).
What You Should Take With You to the Registrar's
 the Medical Certificate of the Cause of Death (from the G.P.), unless the coroner
is involved.
 the deceased's Medical Card if they had one. or, if not
 an alternative official form of identification of the deceased's
(Passport, Driver's Licence, Utility Bill)
 some money to pay for copies of the Death Certificate – required for legal and
other purposes
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183a, Pinhoe Road

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Exeter. 01392 409 000
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