Coroners Rule 36

Coroners Rule 36

The Coroners Rule in the UK which defines “matters to be ascertained at inquest”:
(1) The proceedings and evidence at an inquest shall be directed solely to ascertaining the following matters, namely:
(a) who the deceased was;
(b) how, when and where the deceased came by his/her death;
(c) the particulars for the time being required by the Registration Acts to be registered concerning the death.
(2) Neither the coroner nor the jury shall express any opinion on any other matters.
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