CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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125. A declaration of death is made without delay to the registrar of civil status by the spouse of the deceased, a close relative or a person connected by marriage or a civil union or, failing them, by any other person able to identify the deceased. If a funeral director has taken charge of the body, he declares the time, place and mode of disposal of the body.
1991, c. 64, a. 125; 1999, c. 47, s. 6; 2002, c. 6, s. 235; 2013, c. 27, s. 14.
125. A declaration of death is made without delay to the registrar of civil status by the spouse of the deceased, a close relative or a person connected by marriage or a civil union or, failing them, by any other person able to identify the deceased. If a funeral director has taken charge of the body, he declares the time, place and mode of disposal of the body. The declaration is made before a witness, who signs it.
1991, c. 64, a. 125; 1999, c. 47, s. 6; 2002, c. 6, s. 235.
125. A declaration of death is made without delay to the registrar of civil status by the spouse of the deceased, a close relative or a person connected by marriage or, failing them, by any other person able to identify the deceased. If a funeral director has taken charge of the body, he declares the time, place and mode of disposal of the body. The declaration is made before a witness, who signs it.
1991, c. 64, a. 125; 1999, c. 47, s. 6.
125. A declaration of death is made without delay to the registrar of civil status by the spouse of the deceased, a close relative or a person connected by marriage or, failing them, by any other person able to identify the deceased. The declaration is made before a witness, who signs it.
1991, c. 64, a. 125.