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12 It has been industry custom and practice to specify limitation upon bodily remains rather than cremated remains interments in graves, vaults and mausolea. The legislation now refers to the interment of human remains.

Does that mean if cremated remains were interred in a grave prior to the passing of the legislation, that they now count as one of the allocable interments?

 

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