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Sudden Death and the Coroner
CORONER'S POST MORTEM AND INQUESTS

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18. Inquest Records - Notes of Evidence

 

Once an inquest is completed, you can apply to the coroner for copies of documents and statements that have been admitted   and copies of a tape transcript or the written Notes of Evidence, which a coroner must make during the hearing. If you want to have copies there will be a charge and you will be asked to pay it in advance, but if a successful civil claim for compensation is made, you should be able to recover the charge. As with medical records, if you make the application yourself, costs for a solicitor's time will be avoided.

 

 

 

 

 

11     Oral evidence given and documents presented in court.

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