1. Islamic burial

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    Community Activists Series: Islamic burial: interview with Eqbal Kadri of Hendon Mosque Funeral Services (UK). Photography and production by Husain Akhtar for HA production, a free community service offered by Husain Akhtar. Basic UK legal requirements after death: Wherever the death occurs - in hospital or at home - it must be registered with the Registrar of Births and Deaths within 5 days. (The name and address of the Registrar can be found under the Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages in the telephone directory of the area). The Registrar will need the Medical Certificate and information about deceased i.e. date and place of birth, date and place of death, maiden name if a married woman, former occupation and NHS medical card (if you cannot find this don’t worry, just explain to the Registrar). The Registrar will give the Burial Certificate (green), which should be handed to the funeral director. You will also be given a copy of the Death Certificate to be used when and where needed. If the death occurs in hospital, the hospital will give a Medical Certificate showing the cause of death or refer to Coroner if the cause is uncertain/ questioned. The body is kept in the hospital mortuary (free for the first 48 hours and then on a chargeable basis) until the executor arranges for it to be taken away. If the death occurs at home, the GP is the first person to contact who will verify the death. If the GP is not available, his/ her cover will attend, verify the death and would authorise the body to be removed to a public mortuary like the Brent & Harrow Public Mortuary (Tel: 020 8423 4285). In either situation, if the cause of death is clear and the death has been expected, the GP would be able to give a Medical Certificate. {If the death is sudden, or its cause uncertain, there will be a post mortem. The deceased will be removed by a funeral director to the hospital where an autopsy will be carried out to establish the cause of death. If the cause is natural, the Coroner will issue a death certificate (Form 100 – pink). If the cause in not natural, an inquest is required but the Coroner will issue the Order for Burial (Form 101) in the mean time and later, after the cause of death has been established, will send a Certificate After Inquest (Form 99) to the registrar to register the death and issue the death certificate. In some cases relatives could ask for MRI/CT scan instead of a most mortem}

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    • XaPass - Gavahi-e-Fowt (Demo) گواهی فوت - گروه زاپاس

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      فتوکلیپ و موزیک ویدیو «گواهی فوت» کاری از گروه «زاپاس» ویدیو: سینا حقیقی Gavahi e Fowt (Death Certificate) is a single by an Iranian Pop-Rock band; "Xa-pass". The video is made by Sina Haghighi and is a demo and limited version of the song. Composer: Saman Saliani Arrangement: XaPass band Bass guitar and Cello: Nima Haghighi Piano: Nasser Gholami Elec. Guitar: Saman Saliani Drum: Morteza Keshavarz Vocal and BackVocal: Pouya Haghighi Vocal and BackVocal: Hesam Hasanizadeh

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      • Death records

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        Find out more about death records and how to search them at findmypast.co.uk

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        • How to Get a Birth, Death or Marriage Certificate

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          Welcome to the birth, death and marriage certificate information video. This video serves as an instructional tool to help you apply for a Canadian birth, death or marriage certificate. In this video we will discuss: -How personal certificates are issued in Canada -Who can apply for a certificate -Birth -Death -Marriage -How to apply for a certificate How are personal certificates issued in Canada? Canada does not issue certificates for the purpose of birth, death or marriage on a national level. Instead, certificates are issued from the provincial or territorial government where the event took place. For example, if you were born in Alberta, you must apply for your birth certificate from the Albertan government. Who can apply for a certificate? Before we begin, it should be noted that regulations do vary between provinces. The following information is offered as general regulations, and may or may not apply to your specific situation. Birth In most cases, you may apply for a birth certificate if: -It is for your own birth -It is for your child, and your name is listed on their original birth registration -It is for your legal dependant and you have documentation to prove your guardianship Death In most cases, you may apply for a death certificate if: -You are an adult next-of-kin to the deceased. Next-of-kin refers to a marital spouse, common-law spouse, child or sibling of the deceased. -You are a guardian, trustee or a person with power of attorney over the deceased -You are the executor of the deceased estate -You have a court order to obtain it Marriage In most cases, you may apply for a marriage certificate if: -You are a person whose marriage is registered -You are a guardian, trustee or a person with power of attorney for a person whose marriage is registered -You have a court order to obtain it Depending on the place where the event took place, there may be additional persons permitted to obtain a certificate. How do I apply for a certificate? Since birth, death and marriage certificates are issued on a provincial or territorial basis, each government has their own procedure for how to apply. In many cases, requests for certificates can be made online. For specific details and requirements, applicants should contact the provincial or territorial authority where the event took place. The following is a list of provinces or territories, and the relevant government agency to contact. -Alberta: Service Alberta -British Columbia: Vital Statistics Agency -Manitoba: Vital Statistics -New Brunswick: Service New Brunswick -Newfoundland and Labrador: Government Services -Northwest Territories: Health and Social Services -Nova Scotia: Service Nova Scotia -Nunavut: Government of Nunavut, Forms and Licenses -Ontario: Service Ontario -Prince Edward Island: Department of Health, Vital Statistics -Quebec: Directeur de l'état civil -Saskatchewan: Vital Statistics Registry -Yukon: Health and Social Services We hope this video has been helpful towards obtaining your Canadian birth, death or marriage certificate. We wish you the best of luck.

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          • George Lewinski

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            • 20 GRAND PIKASO "DEATH CERTIFICATE": BLOWHIPHOPTV.COM

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              Artist: 20 Grand Pikaso Video: "Death Certificate" Directed by The ICU

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