Version No. 001 Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Regulations 2008 S. R. No. 114/2008Version No. 001 Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Regulations 2008 S. R. No. 114/2008
The objective of these Regulations is to prescribe for the purposes of the Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act 1996—
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Version No. 004 Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Regulations 2008 S. R. No. 114/2008Version No. 004 Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Regulations 2008 S. R. No. 114/2008
The objective of these Regulations is to prescribe for the purposes of the Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act 1996—
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Chapter 4 Utah Medical Examiner ActChapter 4 Utah Medical Examiner Act
Medical examiner” means the state medical examiner appointed pursuant to Section 26-4-4 or a deputy appointed by the medical examiner
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Cannot perform research, provide legal advice, or interpret Maine law. For legal assistance, please contact a qualified attorneyCannot perform research, provide legal advice, or interpret Maine law. For legal assistance, please contact a qualified attorney
An Act To Allow Electronic Filing of Vital Records and Closing of Records To Guard against Fraud and Make Other Changes to the Vital Records Laws
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Deaths overviewDeaths overview
Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act generally predominates. This document provides guidance in these circumstances. A death that is reportable may also be referred to as a reportable death
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Information sheet in the event of the death of a british national in mauritiusInformation sheet in the event of the death of a british national in mauritius
Should a death occur in Mauritius, the British High Commission and the Consular Directorate of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office is ready to help in any way we can
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Catholic burial practicesCatholic burial practices
When we are baptized our bodies are marked by the seal of the Holy Trinity. In accordance with this belief, we respect and honor the bodies of the dead and the places where they rest
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Parish registers, parochial and civil registrationParish registers, parochial and civil registration
Vicar General of King Henry VIII in 1538. All baptisms, marriages and deaths in each parish were to be recorded and the register to be locked in a coffer with two locks. Failure to comply led to a fine
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