Commentary

29 Exclusive rights of burial in other places

BURIAL AND CREMATION vol 6(1)
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29 Exclusive rights of burial in other places

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29 Exclusive rights of burial in other places

Exclusive rights of burial are commonly sold in local authority burial places and commercial cemeteries, together with the right to erect a monument1. In some commercial cemeteries, it is a condition that a monument must be erected within 12 months, and further, that it must be bought from the cemetery company.

In the case of local authority burial places, exclusive rights of burial may be granted for periods not exceeding 100 years2, but that period may be extended for up to 100 years from the date on which the extension is granted, subject,

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