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Registering A Death -  A Guide

When a person dies a doctor or hospital will issue a death certificate.

If the death is or has been referred to the coroner, where a cremation is chosen, the coroner will issue a certificate to replace the green one originally completed following the death.

A Death Must Then Be Registered By Law

We are able to advise on the procedure and whereabouts of the relevant registration offices.

Appointments must be made to register. 

The local Registrar Details and contacts are shown below.

Who can Register the Death?

What information will be required?

Registrars Contact Details

Any death that has occurred in Norfolk, can now be registered at any Norfolk Registrar, an appointment will be required.

Appointments for any registrar can be made by telephoning the local County Council on:

Norfolk Registrar  03448 008020

Suffolk Registrar  03456 072060

Cambridgeshire Registrar  03450 451363

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