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I am in the long process of trying to remove an interim charging order on my property. Things are progressing. The court has now asked for the death certificate of the person who place the order on the property.

Could somebody please explain the process of obtaining a copy of the death certificate that the court would accept. Other things gong on but just want to focus on this.

Does the family of the deceased have to provide it or can I organise getting the death certificate. Do not think the court accepts a "copy", not sure what a copy means.

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Order an official birth, adoption, death, marriage or civil partnership certificate from the General Register Office (GRO) if you need a copy or want to research your family tree.

 

 

Death certificates are designated as 'public records', and as such anyone can request a duplicate certificate.

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