Utah Admin. Code R436-7-1 - Purpose and Authority
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Current through Bulletin 2022-07, April 1, 2022
If all information necessary to complete a death certificate is not available within the time prescribed for filing of the certificate, the funeral director shall file the certificate completed with all information that is available. In all cases, the medical certification must be signed by the person responsible for such certification. If the cause of death is unknown, undetermined or pending investigation, the cause of death shall be shown as such on the certificate. Final disposition of the deceased shall not be made until authorized by the attending physician or the medical examiner. An amendment providing the information missing from the original certificate shall be filed with the State Registrar as soon as possible, but in all cases within 30 days after the date of the death.