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36-330 - Certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth; requirements
36-330. Certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth; requirements
A. In addition to the requirements of section 36-329, the state registrar shall establish a certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth on a form approved by the state registrar for each fetal death occurring in this state after a gestational period of at least twenty completed weeks. This certificate shall be offered to the parent or parents of a stillborn child.
B. A certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth shall meet all of the format and filing requirements for birth certificates prescribed in section 36-333.
C. The person who prepares a certificate pursuant to this section shall leave blank any references to the stillborn child's name if the stillborn child's parent or parents do not wish to provide a name for the stillborn child.
D. Notwithstanding subsections A and B of this section, the certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth shall be submitted to the designated registrar within seven days following the delivery and before the cremation or removal of the fetus from the registration district.