After the report of the place of death, the police or the coroner will arrive as soon as possible and they will examine the dead person and determine the cause of death.
The following should be made ready for the coroner before he arrives:
access to the deceased person so that the body of the deceased might be inspected and so that the cause of death might be determined
medical records (if the deceased person was sick or if he or she has been treated in a medical institution)
identification documents with a picture of the deceased in order to determine his or her identity
personal details of the deceased person:
name and surname
date and time of death
place of death
date of birth
place of birth
residence and address
marital status (name and surname of spouse if the deceased was married)
name and surname of the parents of the deceased.
After the coroner has examined the deceased and has issued the burial permit and death certificate, the deceased can be taken to the morgue by a registered funeral company that holds the concession of the competent city office, according to the headquarters of the company, which states that the funeral activities can be implemented in accordance with the Funeral Services Act. In case of natural death, the body of the deceased can be dressed by the family or they can leave that to the funeral company. The common practice is to dress the deceased in festive clothing and put their shoes on.
In case of natural death, the body of the deceased can be dressed by the family or they can leave that to the funeral company. The common practice is to dress the deceased in festive clothing and put their shoes on.