The registrar must keep the register1 correct and up to date, and, in so doing must remove from the register the entry of any registrant2 who has died and from time to time, must make the necessary alterations to any of the particulars in a registrant's entry and to any of the particulars in the entry of a registered pharmacy3.
On registering the death of a registrant, a registrar of births and deaths must, without charge, send forthwith to the Registrar General4 a certified copy of the entry in the register of deaths relating to the death5.
If the registrar determines
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