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When a loved one passes away, family members are suddenly faced with a lot of things that need their time and attention, all at the same time.  One of the most important things they need to accomplish is the registration of death.  This is a pertinent requirement especially when the family needs to claim insurances and other benefits under the name of the deceased; the sooner this is accomplished, the better for the bereaved family.

Death certificates are usually provided by the hospital where the person died; if the person died at home, the family may secure the death certificate from the funeral home/parlor.

Here are the requirements and registration fees when registering a death at the Quezon City Hall:

Requirements:

a. Death certificate that is certified by a licensed medical doctor or the attending physician, and

b. Signature of embalmer and his/her license number.

Registration Fees:

Registration Fee PHP 50.00
Burial Permit PHP 50.00
Transfer to Other Municipality/City PHP 100.00
Entrance from Other Municipality / City PHP 200.00
Exhumation of cadaver PHP 75.00
Removal of cadaver PHP 75.00
Renewal of an old niche (5 years) PHP 500.00
Issuance of Certified True Copy of Death Certificate PHP 40.00
Issuance of Certified True Copy of Death Certificate using Security Paper (SECPA) PHP 60.00

You may submit the documents for death registration at Counter 8 while payments are made at Counters 1 and 2.

Source: http://quezoncity.gov.ph/index.php/qc-services/requirements-a-procedures/261-civilregguide

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