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(8) With respect to space 13 (informant’s usual address)– (9) After completing spaces 1 to 13 of the entry the registrar shall call upon the informant to verify the particulars entered. (3) On registering the birth under this regulation the registrar shall enter in space 15 of the entry immediately below the date of registration the words “On the authority of the Registrar General”. ...”, inserting the date on which the declaration was made and signed,if, pursuant to section 9(4) of the Act(10), a request made under paragraph (b) or (c) of section 10 of the Act(11) was included in the declaration, he shall after the words required by head (i) make the same addition as, on completion of registration under Regulation 10, would be required under (as the case may be) head (ii) or (iii) of paragraph (1)(b) of that more than three months have elapsed from the date of the birth, the registrar shall enter in space 15 the date on which the entry is made and shall sign the entry in space 16 of form 1, adding his official description;more than three but not more than twelve months have elapsed from the date of the birth, the registrar shall make the entry in the presence of the relevant superintendent registrar and both officers shall sign the entry in space 16 of form 1 and shall add their official descriptions;—(1) The form of the certificate pursuant to section 13(1) of the Act, as to the alteration of or giving of a name to a child before the expiration of twelve months from the date of the registration of its birth, shall be– (2) Upon delivery to him of a certificate duly signed in accordance with section 13(1), the registrar or superintendent registrar having custody of the register in which the birth is entered shall (in pursuance of section 13(1)) enter in space 17 of the entry the name shown in the certificate, followed by the surname recorded in space 2 of the entry and– Form 2 shall be the prescribed form of the declaration to be made by the mother pursuant to section 10A(1)(b)(i)(13) of the Act (re-registration of birth to show person as father at request of mother on declaration by her and statutory declaration of father). (2) A parent who is in England or Wales may verify the particulars by making and signing before any registrar other than the relevant registrar a declaration of the particulars on an approved form. Where an application is made to a superintendent registrar or registrar for a certified copy of the entry of the birth of a legitimated person whose birth has been re-registered in a register in his custody– —(1) Where under section 14(1) of the Act the Registrar General authorises the re-registration of the birth of a legitimated person who was born at sea and whose birth was included in a return sent to the Registrar General– a parent of the legitimated person shall verify the particulars required on re-registration by making and signing on an approved form a declaration of those particulars before a registrar or a relevant authority as defined in Regulation 21(5); (2) In relation to any case to which this Regulation applies, section 14(1) of the Act shall apply with the modification that a person deputed for the purpose by the Registrar General shall on receiving the Registrar General’s authority, together with the declaration made by the parent under paragraph (1), effect re-registration by– noting in the margin of any previous record of the birth in the custody of the Registrar General the words “Re-registered under section 14 of the Births and Deaths Registration Act 1953, on ... (2) In paragraph (1) “the relevant provisions” means sections 50(7) and 55(3) of, and paragraphs 1(3), 2, 3(c), 4(2)(b), (3) and (5), 5 and 6(b) of Schedule 1, to the Adoption Act 1976(18). ...”, inserting respectively the name, surname and qualification of the registered medical practitioner who made the examination and the name, surname and description of the coroner. (2) Where in response to such an enquiry the registrar is informed that the body of the deceased person has not been disposed of, he shall, unless he is informed that the body is being held for the purposes of the Anatomy Acts 1832(28) and 1871(29) or the Human Tissue Act 1961(30), report the matter to the officer responsible for matters of environmental health for the district in which the body is lying. —(1) Where it appears or is represented to the superintendent registrar or the registrar that in any completed entry made on or after 1st April 1969 in a register of live-births, still-births or deaths in his custody there is any clerical error to which this Regulation applies he shall, except where paragraph (4) applies, correct the error as provided in Regulation 54(1)(a), (b), (c) or (e) whichever is appropriate. ...” required to be added, in space 7 of a death entry, by Regulation 45(b)(ii); and the references in this paragraph to provisions of these Regulations include any corresponding provision of regulations revoked by these Regulations.(10) If any error has been made in those particulars, the registrar shall, in the presence of the informant, make the necessary correction as provided in regulation 54. (3) Where it appears to the relevant registrar that the particulars contained in the declaration are in any material respect not proper to be registered, he shall return the declaration to the officer before whom it was attested together with a note of the matters in which it appears to need amendment, and– in spaces 1 to 13 of form 1, he shall enter the particulars as appearing in the corresponding spaces of the declaration, except that where any particulars have been corrected in pursuance of paragraph (3) he shall enter in the register only the particulars as corrected, omitting any incorrect particular which has been struck out and the initials of the declarant;he shall enter the name of the declarant in the form in which he signed the declaration and shall add the words “by declaration dated ... —(1) The relevant registrar shall re-register a birth pursuant to section 10A of the Act in accordance with the following provisions of this Regulation. (3) Any such declaration shall be attested by the registrar before whom it is made and sent by him to the relevant registrar. The particulars required to be registered pursuant to section 3A(2)(c) of the Act(20) (registration of births of abandoned children in register at the General Register Office) shall be those required in spaces 1 to 6 in form 8. ...”, inserting the date of the re-registration as notified by the Registrar General. (3) After the expiration of three months from its date a still-birth shall not be registered under this Regulation. ...”, inserting the date of the inquest as stated in the certificate; (2) Where the relevant registrar receives a coroner’s certificate as mentioned in paragraph (1), section 5 of the Act shall apply with the modification that on receiving the certificate the registrar shall forthwith register the still-birth in the manner specified in paragraph (1) of this Regulation and, if it has already been registered, without any alteration of the original entry. ...”, inserting the number of the new entry;if the previous entry is in a live-birth or death register in his custody, write in the margin of the previous entry the words “This entry relates to a still-birth and is registered at entry No ... (3) Where after such an enquiry it appears to the registrar that the body has been disposed of and notification of disposal has not been made to him within the time required by section 3(1) of the 1926 Act– An entry of a birth or death made by a registrar shall for the purposes of these Regulations be deemed to have been completed when the registrar has signed the entry and added his official description. (2) The clerical errors to which this Regulation applies are– the omission of any of the words (including the name, surname and description of the coroner) “Certificate on inquest adjourned received from ... (3) Where any correction is made under paragraph (1), other than one to which paragraph (4) applies, the superintendent registrar or registrar concerned shall write in the margin of the entry a note in the following form– and shall complete and sign the note in the places provided. ...” and of the names and surnames of the deceased’s parents,—(1) Where it appears or is represented to a superintendent registrar or a registrar that in a completed entry made on or after 1st April 1969, on the information of a qualified informant, in a register of live-births, still-births or deaths in his custody, there is a clerical error other than one to which Regulation 54, 56 or 59(2) applies, he shall send a report to the Registrar General and shall include with his report– (2) On receiving the authority of the Registrar General the superintendent registrar or the registrar concerned shall correct the error in the manner provided in Regulation 54(1)(a), (b), (c), or (e), whichever is appropriate, in the presence of the qualified informant specified in the authority of the Registrar General.(2) In the case of a certificate in form 21– where the name and surname are recorded in the birth entry, that name and surname (being, in a case where these are recorded in both spaces 2 and 17 of form 1, the name and surname recorded in space 17),where the person’s name but not his surname is recorded in the entry, that name (being in a case where this is recorded in both columns 2 and 10 of the entry, the name recorded in column 10) followed immediately, if the entry contains a surname which appears from the entry to have been used by his father or his mother at or after the date of birth, by that surname; so however that if the place of birth is not recorded in the birth entry, the superintendent registrar or registrar shall remit the application to the Registrar General.(3) In the case of a certificate in form 22 (not being a certificate to which regulation 66 applies)– opposite the words “Date of Birth” there shall be entered the date of birth recorded in the birth entry or, if no date is recorded, such date (if any) as may appear to the Registrar General from the information recorded in the birth entry to be the probable date of birth;where the register or other record containing the birth entry includes particulars of the registration district and sub-district in which the birth occurred or in which the birth is treated under any enactment as having occurred, the names of that registration district and sub-district,where the birth is recorded as having occurred on a British ship (within the meaning of section 1 of the Merchant Shipping Act 1894(38)), the words “At Sea” followed by the name of the ship on which the birth occurred,where the birth entry contains no particulars as to the place of birth, such particulars (if any) as to the country of birth as the Registrar General is satisfied can be obtained from any register or record in his custody.—(1) The form of short certificate of birth of a person in substitution for that set out in the Second Schedule to the Foundling Hospital Act 1953(39) (which provides for short certificates of birth for children admitted to the hospital before 30th January 1948 who on admission were given names and surnames different from those recorded on registration of their births), shall be form 22.
(5) Where the statutory declaration states that on the certificate which the duplicate replaces an endorsement has been made by a registered society, branch or company, the relevant officer shall record on the duplicate certificate a requirement that it is to be produced to that society, branch or company for the endorsement to be repeated on the duplicate.
(2) The form of the declaration to be made by a qualified informant, pursuant to section 11(1)(b) of the Act(23), where no certificate is obtained shall be form 11. ...”, inserting the relevant place and date,where a certificate in form 10 has been produced, the registrar shall enter the cause of death precisely as stated in the certificate, followed by the words “Certified by ... (2) Where the coroner– the registrar shall enter in space 2 of form 9 the cause of death precisely as stated in the certificate, followed by the words “Certified by ... (2) Where the error is a clerical error, the superintendent registrar or the registrar shall correct the error in the manner provided in Regulation 54(1)(a), (b), (c) or (e), whichever is appropriate, and shall write in the margin of the entry a note in the following form– —(1) Where a superintendent registrar or a registrar makes any correction or annotation to a completed entry in a register of live-births, still-births or deaths, whether by marginal note or otherwise, he shall, subject to paragraph (2), within seven days make and send to the Registrar General a copy of the entry as corrected or annotated (or both), including a copy of any marginal note, certified by– together, in any case where a birth is re-registered under section 10A of the Act(34), with a copy of the new entry, certified by the registrar who made that entry.
—(1) Where a registrar is given information of an alleged still-birth and he has reason to believe that the child was born alive he shall report the matter to the coroner on an approved form. (2) Paragraph (1) shall apply in relation to a correction or annotation made by a registrar under Regulations 55 and 56 only if the correction or annotation is made after the registrar has certified a true copy of the original entry pursuant to section 26(1)(a) of the Act (quarterly returns).
—(1) The regulations specified in column 1 of Schedule 3 to these Regulations are hereby revoked to the extent mentioned in column 3 of that Schedule.
(2) Any form prescribed by any regulation revoked by paragraph (1) which is not also prescribed by any preceding provision of these Regulations but which is in use immediately before the commencement of these Regulations for any purpose for which these Regulations provide may continue to be used for that purpose as a prescribed form under these Regulations up to and including 31st December 1988. Parts III to ”), and of subsequent amending regulations, relating to the registration of births and deaths.
(2) A certificate under paragraph (1) shall be compiled as follows– opposite the words “Date of Birth” there shall be entered the date of birth recorded in the birth entry or, if no date of birth is recorded, such date (if any) as may appear to the Registrar General from the information recorded in the entry to be the probable date of birth;—(1) Where a person wishes to make an application for a certificate of a live-birth or death for the purposes of any enactment specified in paragraph (2) the superintendent registrar or the registrar having custody of the register shall on request provide that person without charge with an approved form.