Coroners Act 2006

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76 People from whom evidence generally to be heard


For the purposes of an inquiry, a coroner must (at an inquest or otherwise) receive evidence from any person—


who offers, in respect of the death concerned, evidence relevant to any matter required by section 57(2)(a) to (e) (purposes of inquiries) to be established; or


whom the coroner thinks it appropriate to examine.


The evidence received may be expert evidence.


Subsection (1) is subject to the rest of this Act.

Compare: 1988 No 111 s 26(1)