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Can a cemetery operator limit the number of cremated remains that may be interred within a location?
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?
The two recent conference presentations by Christine Smyth, of Robbins Watson Solicitors and the commencement of Part 4 (Interment rights) of the Cemeteries and Crematoria Act 2013, have prompted some members to think more closely about how they should interpret the Act and Regulations.
Does a Holder have absolute decision-making power about an interment right?
How can an interment right pass by Will or Intestacy?
How do I know if a person meets the requirements to have inherited the right of interment?