The registrar will need:
The deceased's medical card, if available, should also be given to the registrar.
It is most important that the information recorded in the death register is correct. If any mistake is made, for example in the spelling of a name or surname or in the description of the occupation, it will give the relative or other person who registered the death some trouble in putting it right. The person registering the death should check the information in the register very carefully before the entry is signed.
If English is not the first language of the relative or other person registering the death and help is needed, it would be helpful for someone else to go with them to the registrar's office and act as interpreter. However, the relative or other person must register the death personally as a helper cannot register for them.
When you register the death with the Registrar, the registrar will provide you with information of how you can let other government organisations know about the death, so that you do not have to repeat information.