Coroners Court New South Wales


When a death is reported to the Coroner

First steps
Senior next of kin
Funeral arrangements
Viewing the deceased
Personal belongings
Post mortem
Objecting to a post mortem
Return of the body and organs
Objecting to organs being held
Inquests and inquiries
What happens during the hearing
Who's who in the Courtroom
Possible outcomes
Review of coronial decisions
Interested parties
Death certificate
Overview of the Coronial process

Help and support

Guidance and information
Coping with suicide
Where to get legal advice and info
Witness support
Help for missing persons

History and values


How the Coroners Court work

Coroners Court overview
Role of the Coroner
Finding services and support
Video and teleconference
Interpreters and translators
Visiting us
Access for people with disability

Forms and fees, publications and other resources

Forms and fees
Domestic violence death review
Practice Notes
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