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BURIAL LAW

administrative issues surrounding death: lack of coordination in government, certification / post mortem issues, simplification of exhumation licenses - 2015, 175, 227
bodies and ashes, human rights and religious views with regard to treatment of; religious beliefs overidden for autopsies - 2014, 173, 145
body parts, disposal and storage of: statutory guidance & Cremation Regulations - 2014, 173, 145
cremation: religious sensitivities regarding - 2014, 173, 145
cremation and treatment of ashes in Church of England and RC church: recent history and changes in canon law - 2014, 173, 145
cremation process development & its legislation, the preferences & involvement of religious groups; problems with treatment of residues - 2014, 173, 145
Cremation Regulations: Statutory controls & Codes of Practice - 2014, 173, 145
Cremation Regulations don't apply to a fetus up to 24 weeks - 2014, 173, 145
custody and possession of body or ashes after death or disinterment: legal principles - 2014, 173, 145
exhumation of cremated remains due to a churchyard regulation dispute not allowed, Christian burial permanent, dead have no rights (case) - 2011, 167, 118
exhumation of priest and reburial, Order's application upheld, relative's not, as family life cannot subsist after death (case) - 2012, 168, 139
law on 'custody & possession' of a body used to indicate cremation or incineration; debate on property in ashes & who can determine disposal - 2014, 173, 145
no property in a body: issues addressed in Anatomy Act, Human Tissue Act, Human Fertilisation & Embryology Act - 2014, 173, 145
parochial fees (C. of E.) for funerals; differences for Church in Wales - 2015, 175, 227
petition to Consistory court to exhume skull as possibly Shakespeare's; no evidence for this so refused (case) - 2016, 176, 100
recent burial issues discussed: fees, lack of space & reuse of plots, lack of sufficient support for funeral costs - 2015, 175, 227
Statutory controls of cremation: advantage for infection control, certification due to fears can't exhume, disposal & storage of body parts - 2014, 173, 145
The Churches' Funerals Group: membership, history, work and current issues - 2015, 175, 227
Vietnamese religious tradition to exhume remains after ten years and re-bury is allowed by Church despite principle of burial permanence (case) - 2016, 176, 99
Scotland
cremation ashes of babies and non viable fetuses, report & recommendations on handling - 2014, 173, 145
differences between Scotland and England / Wales regarding death certification e.g. no coroners, different forms; problems with cross-border transfer of bodies - 2015, 175, 227
Scotland's wide ranging review of burial law - 2015, 175, 227
Wales
Church in Wales disestablished for ecclesiastical law but not common law; leaving obligations for marriages & burials with no capacity to amend - 2015, 174, 96

 

 

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