In Bangladesh, the parents or guardians are liable to provide information related to birth of child to the Registrar within 45 (forty five) days of the child’s birth.
The son or daughter or guardian of the deceased are liable to provide, information related to death of the person to the Registrar within 30 (thirty) days of the death.
A Registrar is usually the Mayor of the concerned city corporation or the Chairman of the concerned Paurashava or any officer or commissioner delegated by them (on their behalf).
The Registrar shall enter all information of births and deaths in the register irrespective of race, religion, caste, clan or sex. At the time of presenting the information of births and deaths under The Births and Deaths Registration Act, 2004, there shall be a declaration on behalf of the informant that all information presented by him are true and such births or deaths have not ever been registered elsewhere.
To know further on this, please visit http://www.dncc.gov.bd/.