The interested party must go personally to the Civil Register where the death is registered, presenting the National Identification Card (D.N.I.) of the individual requesting the certificate.
Indicate the name and surnames of the deceased, and the date and location of death.
Then you must indicate which type of certificate you want:
- Ordinary or bilingual.
- International or multilingual.
Ways of receiving the certificate: Collection at the corresponding Civil Register window.
- Articles 81 to 87 of the Civil Register Act, dated 8 June 1957 (BOE - Official State Gazette - 10/6/1957)
- Civil Register Regulations (Decree dated 14 November 1958, which approves the Regulations of the Civil Register Act): articles 17 to 35, articles 273 to 282 (PDF. 257 KB)
- Instruction dated 20 March 2002, from the Department of Registers and Notaries (BOE 9/4/2002)