Whitney Houston's death certificate was released Wednesday. See the document in its entirety here.

The official document was released by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, and though it reveals some information, it lists the singer's cause of death as deferred.

Whitney Houston's death certificate also doesn't include the manner of death, listing it as pending investigation. Authorities have said a toxicology report and final ruling on her cause and manner of death may not be released for six to eight weeks.

The death certificate goes on to explain that an autopsy has been performed, and that its results will be used in determining her cause of death, then states that a biopsy was not done.

The document goes on to list the informant as Bobbi Kristina Brown, Whitney Houston's only daughter, whom she had with her ex-husband Bobby Brown. It names House of Winston Mortuary in Los Angeles as the funeral establishment that first handled her body, and said that she is slated to be buried at the Fair View Cemetery in Westfield, N.J., near her hometown of Newark.

The document includes many details about the singer, who died Saturday at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., at the age of 48.

It says that Whitney Elizabeth Houston was born in New Jersey, was divorced, and that she died Saturday at 3:55 p.m., all of which was already known.

It also has several redacted portions, including the name of a decedent living in Georgia, and the address of Bobbi Kristina Brown.

Whitney Houston, one of history's all-time best-selling musicians, was pronounced dead Saturday at 3:55 p.m. PT. Authorities have most recently indicated that the singer likely died of a combination of drugs and alcohol. Initially, her cause of death was rumored to be drowning, as she was found in the bathtub of her hotel room. However, there was reportedly not enough water in the tub for the singer to drown.

Houston's last meal included room-service, champagne and Heineken. Empty medicine bottles were found her hotel room, along with pills like Xanax and ibuprofen.

Whitney Houston's private funeral is slated to take place Saturday in Newark, at the New Hope Baptist Church, where she began her singing career as a young girl. The funeral will be invite-only, contrary to earlier reports that it would be held at the 18,500-seat Prudential Center, and open to the public.