Where a coroner holds an inquest on the body of a person whose death may have been caused by an accident occurring in the course of agricultural operations1, he must adjourn the inquest unless an inspector2 or some other person on behalf of the Health and Safety Executive3 is present to watch the proceedings, and must give an inspector at least four days' notice of the time and place of the adjourned inquest4. Before adjourning, he may take evidence to identify the body and may order interment5. If, however, the inquest relates to the death of only one person
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