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What corrections can be made

You can’t change a death certificate once it’s been issued, but you can apply to get a note added to the original entry in the death register.

You can then get an updated certificate issued that shows this note.

Corrections to a death registration can only be made when the information is wrong (eg a mistake in spelling a person’s name).

Who to apply to

You can either apply for a correction to:

  • the register office where the death was registered - for minor mistakes in a date of death, birthplace or address

  • the General Register Office (GRO) - for mistakes involving things like names

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What the correction looks like

The original information will always be shown in the death register. After the correction has been authorised, a note will be added to the margin of the register. This will explain what the correct information is and when the correction was made.

If you apply for a new death certificate, the note containing the correct information will be in the margin.

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