Register a Death in the East Riding of Yorkshire - Who, How, Where

Register a death in the East Riding of Yorkshire

Register a death in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

You may register a death in the East Riding of Yorkshire at any registration office in the East Riding of Yorkshire.  You might find the video about registering a death on the home page useful first.

When should you register a death in the East Riding of Yorkshire?

A death should be registered within 5 days unless the coroner is involved.  The appointment takes about 30 minutes. Please allow another 15 minutes to take advantage of the Tell Us Once Service.

Who should register a death in the East Riding of Yorkshire?

If you are NOT the next of kin please read this page about who can register a death in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

What information will the Registrar need?

Please download our free guide to the right, and remember that the Registrar can do nothing without you handing over the medical certificate of death, normally from the GP. If the coroner is involved, then the Coroner will advise you when the death canbe registered.

What happens during the registration?

All death registrations are private interviews. The registrar enters the deceaseds details onto the computer and then prints out the register page for you to check and then sign. A green form will be issued by the registrar for you to pass on and allow the undertaker to arrange the funeral. (Sometimes this will come from the Coroner.)

A registration or notification of death form will also be issued for social security purposes.
The Registrar can provide (at a cost) as many copy death certificates as you may need – all sorts of people will require copies – banks, building societies, insurance companies, shares etc etc, and as they are much cheaper on the day we recommend you buy plenty. The registration usually takes about 30 minutes. Allow another 15 minutes for the Tell Us Once Service.

How much does it cost to register a death in the East Riding of Yorkshire?

There is no charge for registering a death. Forms will be given to you for use by the
funeral director and the Department of Work and Pensions.

What if the person registering the death does not speak much English?

It’s helpful for someone to come with the person to the registration office to act as
interpreter. However, the person must register the death personally. The helper interpreter cannot register the death.

Can I order a copy death certificate online?

Yes. You can order a copy death certificate online.

Register a death in the East Riding of Yorkshire.