Criminal Justice (Location of Victims' Remains) Act, 1999

Minister may direct inquest of victim to be held by corner other than corner within whose destrict remains are lying.

11.—Notwithstanding the provisions of the Corners Act, 1962 , where the remains of a victim have been located resulting from the process, the Minister may, if he or she so thinks proper, direct that a corner, other than the coroner in whose district the remains are lying, shall hold an inquest in relation to the death, and thereupon the coroner so directed shall hold the inquest in like manner as if the remains were lying within his or her district.