In the event of a persons’ death, an official death certificate has to be issued by the State Government that officially states the person has deceased. This certificate includes the following:
• Date of death.
• Facts surrounding the death.
• Cause of death.
• Issued to the nearest relatives of the deceased person.
There are certain benefits that can be triggered by a death usually for members of the deceased person’s family. These could be in the form of some kind of insurance or a widow or widower pension. In this Andhra guide, the Andhra Pradesh death certificate procedures will be reviewed along with how to obtain an Andhra guide death certificate.
Note: All deaths in Andhra Pradesh have to be officially recorded within twenty-one (21) days. This is in accordance with the 1969 Andhra Pradesh State’s Birth and Registration Act.
DEATH CERTIFICATE PURPOSES
In circumstances where a person has recently deceased there are a number of obligatory steps that need to be taken in which the death certificate plays an important role. A deceased person has to be released from all obligations that include:
As soon as a person is officially announced as deceased it’s very important to register this event as soon as possible after it has transpired. The registration Andhra guide will also allow claims to be made for insurances, pensions, and other benefits normally for the nearest members of the deceased family. Should a person, married to someone who has deceased making them a widower or widow, wish to marry again they will require the death certificate as part of the official process to re-marry.
As part of the official death certificate registration, the following documents have to be submitted.
• A sworn statement that confirms the time of death and place.
• The deceased persons’ Government identification proof or ration card.
• A copy of the deceased persons’ birth certificate.
Should the death be subject to a Medico-Legal case then additional documents are required.
• The Post Mortem Report.
• Form – 2. Prepared and distributed by police authorities.
PROCEDURE FOR A DEATH CERTIFICATE APPLICATION
To make an application for Andhra guide death certificates applicants need to pay a visit to the local municipals officials or officials of the cantonment board of the State of Andhra Pradesh or other magistrates for registration. This is where application forms can be obtained. This application form can be completed and submitted at the same time. The time process for a death certificate, from the application date, to be issued to an applicant is seven (7) days. The certificates can be collected from local mee seva kiosks or mee seva kendras
See below for a copy of the application form:
APPLICATION FOR DEATH CERTIFICATE
(Write in Capital Letters)
CIRCLE / LOCALITY
1 Date of Death :
2 Name of Deceased :
3 Sex of Deceased :
4 Name of the Father of the deceased :
5 Name of the Mother :
6 Place of Death :
(Tick the appropriate a, b, c below and give the name of the hospital/institute or the
address of the house where the death took place. If other place give location)
a Hospital/Institution Name :
b House Address :
c Other Place :
7 No., of copies required :
8 a) Do you want the death certificate by courier Yes/No
b) If yes give name and address with PIN Code
Name and address. Signature of Applicant
Note: – Death certificate will be issued subject to entry found registered with in death
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