R-0.2 - Act respecting the determination of the causes and circumstances of death

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135. The coroner shall give reasonable notice of the place, date and time of the inquest
(1)  to a member of the family of the deceased;
(2)  to a person who has requested to be notified thereof;
(3)  to the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions or to the advocate designated by the Attorney General to represent the Attorney General;
(4)  to the Minister of Public Security.
The coroner may also make the same information available to the public.
1983, c. 41, s. 135; 1986, c. 86, s. 38; 1988, c. 46, s. 24; 2005, c. 34, s. 68.
135. The coroner shall give reasonable notice of the place, date and time of the inquest
(1)  to a member of the family of the deceased;
(2)  to a person who has requested to be notified thereof;
(3)  to the Attorney General’s prosecutor for the judicial district where the inquest will be held or, as the case may be, to the advocate designated by the Attorney General to represent him;
(4)  to the Minister of Public Security.
The coroner may also make the same information available to the public.
1983, c. 41, s. 135; 1986, c. 86, s. 38; 1988, c. 46, s. 24.
135. The coroner shall give reasonable notice of the place, date and time of the inquest
(1)  to a member of the family of the deceased;
(2)  to a person who has requested to be notified thereof;
(3)  to the Attorney General’s prosecutor for the judicial district where the inquest will be held or, as the case may be, to the advocate designated by the Attorney General to represent him;
(4)  to the Solicitor General.
The coroner may also make the same information available to the public.
1983, c. 41, s. 135; 1986, c. 86, s. 38.
135. The coroner shall give reasonable notice of the place, date and time of the inquest
(1)  to a member of the family of the deceased;
(2)  to a person who has requested to be notified thereof;
(3)  to the Attorney General’s prosecutor for the judicial district where the inquest will be held or, as the case may be, to the advocate designated by the Attorney General to represent him;
(4)  to the Minister of Justice.
The coroner may also make the same information available to the public.
1983, c. 41, s. 135.