Because many graves are on consecrated ground, religious officials must be
notified and their permission must be granted in order to legally exhume a body.
Jan 22, 2014 ... Rules governing the exhumation of the remains of a deceased ... with very strict
guidelines (including permission granted by the family). ... is granted,
consideration is given to the length of time the body has been interred.
Jul 24, 2016 ... There are any number of reasons why a body might be exhumed for ..... rare for
permission to be given for an exhumation and there have to be ...
Exhuming a deceased body. ... If the remains are in consecrated ground then
permission must be obtained from the Diocesan Court. From time to time, due to ...
Nov 12, 2014 ... You need an exhumation licence if you are removing human remains ... of a
human being, either in the form of a body or cremated remains.
Gaining permission for an exhumation can be long, complicated and traumatic.
Lawful consent is required to perform an exhumation.
There are two procedures that can be used or this. First, the heirs of the
deceased can give written consent to the police and/or medical examiner's office
May 10, 1998 ... Exhumation is allowed only when a body is to be reburied with family ... general
for permission to exhume family members for any reason, and ...
Feb 8, 2013 ... Moving a body from one cemetery to another used to be a rare ..... to have a body
exhumed and cremated so that the family can take the remains with .... They
moved him without his next of kin permission his wife and children.
Dec 18, 2014 ... Exhumation is the removal of human remains from their place of interment. ... that
it is not lawful to remove any body or the remains of any body, ... than one
registered grave owner then all owners must give written permission.