Registration of Death


Reglementary Period and Place of Registration

    Registration shall be made in the office of the Civil Registrar of the city/municipality where it occurred within thirty (30) days from the time of death.

    The death of a person in a vehicle, airplane or vessel while in, transit within the jurisdiction of the Philippines and where the exact place of death cannot be determined, the Certificate of Death shall be issued by the health officer of the place of burial/cremation and shall be registered in the office of the Civil Registrar of the said city/municipality. If the place of burial/cremation is outside the Philippines, the death shall be registered in the office of the Civil Registrar of Manila.

    When a citizen of the Philippines die aboard a vessel or airplane en route to the Philippines and the exact place of death cannot be ascertained, the death shall be registered in the office of the Civil Registrar of the city or municipality where the person habitually resides before his death,

    When a citizen of the Philippines die aboard a vessel or airplane en route, to other country from the Philippines, or from any other country, and the exact place of death cannot be ascertained, the death shall be reported in the Philippine Foreign Service Establishments of the country of destination of the deceased.

    The death of a person in a vehicular accident, airplane crash or shipwreck within the jurisdiction of the Philippines and the site of the accident or the place where the victim was found cannot be determined, the Certificate of death shall be issued by the health officer of the place of burial and shall be registered in the office Civil registrar of the said city/municipality.

    The death of a person aboard a vessel in the high seas shall be registered in the office of the Civil Registrar of the place of burial upon presentation of a Certificate of Death issued by the health officer of the said place, or by the ship doctor, if any otherwise, the ship captain shall issue and cause the registration of the death certificate.

    If the person was buried or drowned in the high seas, or for any other reason, the body was not recovered registration shall be made in the Civil Registry office of the place of last known address of the deceased in the Philippines or if not resident of the Philippines, registration shall be made in the Civil Registry office of Manila.

Certifications Issued by the Civil Registry Office

CERTIFICATIONS

FEES

1. Certification of Death Available (Mun-Form No. 2A) Php 50.00 
2. Certification of Death Not Available (Mun-Form No. 2B)Php 50.00 
3.
Certification of Death Destroyed (Mun-Form No. 2C)
Php 50.00

Late Registration of Death Php 20.00


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