Procedure for delayed registration of births in West Bengal

Procedure for delayed registration of births in West Bengal

Procedure for delayed registration of births as per section 13 of the Registration of Births and Deaths Act 1969 read with rule 10 of the West Bengal Registration of Births and Deaths Rules 2000 and WBRBD (Amendment) Rules 2005

Information is given to the Registrar / Sub-Registrar of Births and Deaths after expiry of the stipulated time limit as laid down in rule 5 of the W.B.R.B.D. Rules 2000 but within 30 (thirty) days of its occurrence.

No Permission required

Rs. 1/- (Rupee one)

Information is given to the Registrar / Sub-Registrar of Births and Deaths after 30 (thirty) days, but within one year of its occurrence.

  1. i) An affidavit made before a first class Magistrate or a Notary Public or an Executive Magistrate Rs. 2/- (Rupees two)
  2. ii) Written permission from the District Registrar / Additional District Registrar of Births & Deaths in case of a rural area

or,

from the Chief Municipal Health  Officer / Administrator / Chief Executive Officer of a municipal corporation

or,

from the Chairman / Executive Officer / Administrator in case of a municipal area

or,

from the Chairman / Executive Officer of a Cantonment area / Notified area as the case maybe

Information is given to the Registrar / Sub-Registrar of Births and Deaths after one year of its occurrence.

An order from the Executive Magistrate

Rs. 10/- (Rupees ten)

N.B. – In case of delayed registration, no birth or death certificate can be given to the public “free of cost”. In this case a charge of  Rs. 5/- (Rupees five) only is to be paid for each copy of certificate, under Section 17 of the RBD Act 69 and Rule 14 of the W.B.R.B.D. Rules-2000