Persons who may be represented at or attend an autopsy
(1) The following persons shall be entitled to be represented by a registered medical practitioner at an autopsy or, if any such person is a registered medical practitioner, he shall be entitled to attend the autopsy in person-
(a) any relative of the deceased;
(b) the deceased's regular registered medical practitioner;
(c) if the deceased died in a hospital, the person in charge of the hospital;
(d) any department of the Government;
(e) the Commissioner of Police or a police officer representing him; and
(f) where the death of the deceased may have been caused by an accident of which notice is required by any Ordinance to be given to any person appointed under that Ordinance, the person to whom such notice has been, or is to be, given.
(2) The coroner who ordered an autopsy to be performed shall inform each person who-
(a) is, by virtue of subrule (1), entitled to be represented at, or to attend, the autopsy; and
(b) has notified the coroner of his desire to be represented at, or to attend, the autopsy,
of the date, hour and place at which the autopsy will be performed unless it is, in the opinion of the coroner, impracticable to do so or to do so would cause the autopsy to be unduly delayed.
(3) Nothing in this rule shall limit the discretion of a coroner to inform a person of the date, hour and place at which an autopsy will be performed and to permit the person to attend the autopsy.