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Death Certificate
 

      Death is very sad thing that could happen to a member of a family. Securing a death certificate facilitates whatever benefits or inheritance you can get out of this sad occurrence. This legitimizes any transfer of properties or assets one could leave behind. This is also required should the spouse left behind wants to get married again.

Procedures for Registration of Death

  1. Go to the Office of the Municipal Health Officer and look for the Nurse or Sanitary Inspector.  They will be the one to prepare for you the certificate of death of your deceased loved one/relative. It is advised that the death of the deceased shall be registered within 1 month after his death otherwise, additional requirements will be provided for the delayed registration of said death.  It is advised farther that the immediate family member of the deceased will be the one to personally file and provide the necessary information. (For those who died in Guinayangan Medicare Community Hospital, the medicare hospital personnel will be the one to prepare and file for you the certificate of death of your dead relative).

    Please be ready to supply the following information:

    • the complete name of the deceased
    • age, sex, and religion
    • date and place of death
    • citizenship, civil status, occupation and residence
    • causes of death
    • attendant at death
    • corpse disposal method

  2. Review every data supplied on the prepared certificate of death, giving primary importance on the spelling of the deceased name, his sex, and the date of his death.

  3. Sign the informant's portion of the certificate.

  4. Return the certificate to the Nurse or Sanitary Inspector for necessary signatures of the preparer and of the Municipal Health Officer.

  5. Proceed to the Office of the Municipal Civil Registrar and look for the Clerk, Registration Officer or the Civil Registrar for the necessary signatures and for filing.

  6. If the deceased's interment will be at the Municipal Public Cemetery, pay the necessary burial lot rental fee at the Office of the Municipal Treasurer at the following Schedule:

  • Phase I of the Public Cemetery        -   P 25.00/3 years
  • Phase II of the Public Cemetery       -   P 50.00/year
  • Phase III of the Public Cemetery      -   P 200.00/year

    7.   Present your official receipt to the Registration Officer or Municipal Civil Registrar.  

    8.   Secure the Original copy of the Certificate of Death.

    9.   No fees are being collected for registration of death.

 

Procedures for securing a copy of Death Certificate

  1. Go to the Office of the Municipal Civil Registrar and look for the Clerk or Registration Officer.
    Please be ready to supply the following information:

    • the name of the deceased
    • date of death

  2. If the death of your relative is indeed registered in this municipality, the Clerk or Registration Officer will prepare for you a certified copy of said Death Certificate.

  3. Proceed to the Office of the Municipal Treasurer and pay P30.00 for a copy of said certification.

  4. Present your official receipt to the Municipal Civil Registrar.

  5. Secure the certified copy of the death certificate.


 
     
 

 
   
 
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