Among the â social benefits â under Article 10.1, and) of the Royal Decree Law 16/1978 (currently codified in article 12.1, and) of the Consolidated Text approved by Royal Legislative Decree 3/2000) and implemented by the Royal Decree 3.4097/1982, the mutual Judicial General has established Social benefit of aid for Funeral expenses.
The delivery is regulated by Article 104 Judicial Mutualisme regulation, approved by Royal Decree 1026/2011, 15 July. BOE of 4/8/2011).
This aid is granted in cases of death of mutual benefit not holders and beneficiaries included in the document of affiliation of both, provided that they are in a situation of high at the time of the event causing, being recipients of the same:
- In the event of death of insurance (in its own right holder), the following persons, depending on the order of preference exclusive as shown below:
1) The surviving spouse legally separated not;
2Âº) children who are listed as beneficiaries in your document of participation; in this case the application must be made by the older son, meaning that makes it on behalf of all; and
3Âº) the person that certifies having paid funeral expenses, through original invoice.
- If the deceased is a headline mutualist not (holder by derived law): the person that certifies having paid funeral expenses through original invoice.
- In the case of the death of a beneficiary, the holder of the document of affiliation which appears included.
In view of the budget of the exercise 2013, are the following amounts:
to) in the event of the death of insurance: 250 euros.
However, if the aid corresponds to the person who takes care of funeral expenses, the amount to grant will be the invoice amount to the limit of 250 euros.
b) En el supuesto del fallecimiento del titular no mutualista o beneficiario: 150 euros.
However, if the aid corresponds to the person who takes care of funeral expenses, the amount to grant will be the invoice amount to a limit of â¬150.