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Exhumation of the remains of a deceased person

www.citizensinformation.ie/en/death/sudden_or_unexplained_death/exhumation_of_the_remains_of_a_deceased_person.html

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.

Exhumation Guidance

www.tameside.gov.uk/bereavement/exhumation

Nov 27, 2015 ... Exhumation is the term used when human or cremated remains are to ... to work through before you finally obtain the proper permissions and ...

Why are bodies exhumed? - Exhumations - Greenwich

www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk/info/200032/deaths_funerals_and_cremations/235/exhumations

Information on why bodies are exhumed and what needs to happen in order for it to ... If permission is granted, you will sent the date and time of the exhumation.

Exhuming a deceased body - dorsetforyou.com

www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk/article/386691/Exhuming-a-deceased-body

Aug 24, 2015 ... Exhumation of both buried and cremated remains generally requires a ... if the person is buried in Consecrated grounds, permission from the ...

Exhuming a deceased body - Durham

www.durham.gov.uk/article/2233/Exhuming-a-deceased-body

Exhumation of both buried and cremated remains generally requires a Ministry of ... any human remains without first obtaining the necessary lawful permissions.

Apply for an exhumation licence - GOV.UK

www.gov.uk/apply-for-an-exhumation-licence

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.

How to Exhume a Body | eHow

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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.

Guidance Notes on Applications for the Removal of Human Remains

www.merton.gov.uk/single_exhumation_guidance_notes.pdf

remove any body, or the remains of any body, which may have been interred in .... Should an exhumation be requested the permission of the next of kin would ...

Exhumations - Merton Council

www.merton.gov.uk/community-living/bdmcp/cemeteries/exhumations.htm

Dec 18, 2014 ... Exhumation is the removal of human remains from their place of interment. ... The authority required depends on whether the body is buried in ... than one registered grave owner then all owners must give written permission.

Burial Rights legal definition of Burial Rights

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Once consent has been shown, the burial will usually not be disturbed in the ... Courts may permit a body to be exhumed and an autopsy to be performed under  ...

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Exhume Law & Legal Definition

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A person seeking to exhume a body must usually petition to have the body ... and the written consent of the majority of such heirs at law named in said affidavit ...

Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council Offices - Exhuming a body

www.welhat.gov.uk

Gaining permission for an exhumation can be long, complicated and traumatic. Lawful consent is required to perform an exhumation.

What are the procedures to exhume a body when new evidence

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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 to ...