Death Certificate Bangalore

Apply Death Certificate Bangalore Online – BBMP Karnataka

As per the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969 in Karnataka registration of a death is mandatory. Digitalized details of deaths are available now in Karnataka. Thanks to technology, century-old records of deaths are now available in digital space.

Key Points To Remember during Death Registration

  • One should report the death within 21 days of the occurrence of the event.
  • Application formats can be obtained from the register of and death free of cost
  • Fine/penalty can be imposed on any person for non-reporting/ non-registration and negligence
  • The concerned authority should ensure that all the death in the area under their jurisdiction are registered and death certificates are delivered.
  • If a death is registered only after a year, the applicant can get the certificate by order of a first-class magistrate only, which can be a lengthy process. In such cases, the applicant will need the Cause of Death certificate, Cremation certificate and an affidavit.
  • If a death occurs at a hospital, a relative should fill Form 2, which the hospital will then send to the BBMP office.
  • In case of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), the Registrar-General should record the event at the Indian Consulate. If a child is born outside India and returns to settle in the country, the birth can be registered within 60 days of arrival. After 60 days, the procedure is the same as for delayed registration of births within India.
  • If death occurs at home, Form 2 can be filled later at the BBMP zonal office. Applicants have to submit documents including the Cause of Death and cremation certificates, after which the registrar conducts an inquiry and the certificate is issued.
  • A registered medical practitioner issues the Cause of Death certificate.
  • In case of unnatural deaths or abandoned bodies, the Police and BBMP together conduct an investigation and post-mortem examination to ascertain the cause of death.
  • The Cause of Death certificate is necessary for cremating the body. The crematorium has to record the details and give a receipt on cremation, which acts as another document showing validity. In cases where the body is buried at a burial ground, the Cause of Death certificate is required along with an identification card of the dead person.
  • There are requests for death certificates to solve the property dispute related matters. The death certificate is an important document required for many purposes such as property inheritance, bank deposit transfers, widow pensions, insurance cases, etc., while birth certificates are necessary for school admissions, passport application, etc. Even before digitalization, death certificates of a person dead after 2010 were made available online.
  • If the birth/death is not recorded, the applicant should get a Non-Availability Certificate from the BBMP and documents such as address proof are required in the absence of hospital records. The Non-Availability Certificate is an acknowledgement or endorsement from the authorities stating that the certificate is not available with them. Applicants have to fill a form and submit it to the BBMP authorities, who will then verify the data and issue the acknowledgement.

Document Required for Applying Death Certificate Bangalore

The following are the documents needed while applying for the death certificate:

  • Proof of Death of the deceased
  • An affidavit specifying the time and date of the death
  • The required fee in the form of court fee stamps
  • A copy of the ration card.
  • Aadhar Card.
  • No Objection Certificate (NOC).

Note: The person who is applying for a death certificate is required to provide the proof of relationship with the deceased person, complete address and proof of nationality.

Death Certificate Bangalore

Death Certificate Bangalore Procedure

Apply by Physical

  • To apply for a Death Certificate, you must first register the Death.
  • The death has to be registered with the concerned local authorities within 21 days of its occurrence, by filling up the form prescribed by the registering officer.
  • As a first step a death should be notified to the respective authorities at the earliest it occurs.
  • A death can be reported and registered
  • by the head of the family, in case it occurs in a house.
  • by the medical in-charge if it occurs in a hospital.
  • by the jail in-charge if it occurs in a jail.
  • by the headman of the village or the in-charge of the local police station in case the body is found deserted in that area.
  • Once the information is registered / reaches the Municipality or MRO, the concerned citizen has to approach the authority and apply for the certificate on any working day.
  • Applicant shall use the respective form as per the link to apply, If he wish to register on his own: Form2, Form 4 and Form 4A: Form 2 and Form 4 Form 4A
  • Once the completed form along with documents were submitted, Authorities will accept the form verify the details to process and issue the certificate.

How To Apply Death Certificate In Online

Apply Death Certificate Bangalore BBMP

  • For online processing of death certificate registration and to obtain printout, please use the following link: Online portal
  • One has to login to the page using the registered user name and password or else please register and login
  • Once logged in, please select” Death registration” option displayed to reach the next page.
  • In the given page, please enter / select appropriate details and upload required documents to register.
  • Once you hit submit button you will get a acknowledgement and please keep it safe. The same will be sent to your mobile number that was provided while applying for future reference

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