Jervis on Coroners 15th Edition

 

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Jervis on Coroners 15th Edition
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Navigate the landscape of coronial law with Jervis on Coroners. This quintessential guide is the leading resource for anyone involved in a coroners inquest or investigation, taking you step-by-step through the practice and procedure. From the fundamental principles to the complexity of homicide cases, disasters, prescribed diseases and notifiable accidents, this work provides detail and insight across the full spectrum of issues that you might encounter.

Jervis on Coroners is more than just a reference its the key to understanding the nuances of this legal system and the specific powers and duties of the coroner. With a logical structure and all-angles approach it is essential reading for coroners, solicitors and barristers, local government officials and medical examiners. Secure your copy now to ensure that you are equipped with the expertise to handle even the most intricate of cases with confidence and authority.

  • The authority on coronial law and its practice in coroner inquests and investigations.
  • Consolidates all relevant procedures, rules, materials and legislation to deliver complete guidance on this legal system.
  • Explains the classification, appointment and function of coroners and medical examiners and their territorial jurisdiction.
  • Covers all matters relevant to beginning an investigation, outlining the basis for a coronial investigation and the required reports and certificates.
  • Addresses the scope of an investigation and the four statutory questions: who died, how, when and where?
  • Looks at issues of information and publicity such as disclosure, data protection, freedom of information, privilege and coroners powers to obtain such information.
  • Guidance on procedures before an inquest, during the preliminaries and at the inquest itself.
  • Commentary on special cases of homicide, notifiable accidents and prescribed diseases, treasure and major disasters.
  • Outlines post-inquest matters including administration, fees, appeals and statutory and judicial review.
  • Additional analysis of the international dimension of coroners and human rights.
  • Accompanied with legislation, forms and precedents.