Title 31, Chapter 10, Section 29
(a) Any person having knowledge or facts concerning any birth,
death, spontaneous fetal death, marriage, induced termination of
pregnancy, divorce, dissolution of marriage, or annulment may
disclose such facts to the state registrar, and such disclosure
shall be absolutely privileged and no cause or action may be brought
or maintained against such person for such disclosure.
(b) Not later than the tenth day of the month following the month of
occurrence, the administrator of each institution or that
administrator's designated representative shall send to the local
vital records registrar a list showing all deaths and fetal deaths
occurring in that institution during the preceding month.
(c) Upon receipt of a death certificate by any local vital records
registrar of any person 18 years of age or older, the local
registrar shall notify the board of voting registrars in the county
of the decedent's residence of the name and address of such
decedent. If the records of the local registrar reflect that the
decedent was a resident of another or other counties within the five
years preceding the decedent's death, the local registrar shall also
send such information to the board of voting registrars of such
county or counties.