ninth summary of reports and responses under Rule 43 of the Coroners Rules 1984 - 4 June 2013
The Coroners (Amendment) Rules 2008 amended Rule 43 of the Coroners Rules 1984 with effect from 17 July 2008. The amended Rule 43 provides that: coroners have a wider remit to make reports to prevent future deaths. It does not have to be a similar death;
- a person who receives a report must send the coroner a written response within 56 days;
- coroners must provide interested persons to the inquest and the Lord Chancellor with a copy of the report and the response;
- coroners may send a copy of the report and the response to any other person or organisation with an interest;
- the Lord Chancellor may publish the report and response, or a summary of them; and
- the Lord Chancellor may send a copy of the report and the response to any other person or organisation with an interest.
- the report required from those listed in Annex C of this publication; and
- the reasons why you will find the report of interest or useful.