A-5.02 - Funeral Operations Act

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56. A disinterment must be authorized by the Court.
A person wishing to disinter a body must file an application to that end with a judge of the Superior Court, together with an authorization from the national public health director. The application must be notified to the operator of the place where the body is interred.
The application must include reasons and specify the name of the person who will disinter the body, the means that will be taken to ensure that the body is respected and how the body will be disposed of.
2016, c. 12016, c. 1, s. 56.
In force: 2019-01-01
56. A disinterment must be authorized by the Court.
A person wishing to disinter a body must file an application to that end with a judge of the Superior Court, together with an authorization from the national public health director. The application must be notified to the operator of the place where the body is interred.
The application must include reasons and specify the name of the person who will disinter the body, the means that will be taken to ensure that the body is respected and how the body will be disposed of.
2016, c. 12016, c. 1, s. 56.
In force: 2019-01-01
56. A disinterment must be authorized by the Court.
A person wishing to disinter a body must file an application to that end with a judge of the Superior Court, together with an authorization from the national public health director. The application must be notified to the operator of the place where the body is interred.
The application must include reasons and specify the name of the person who will disinter the body, the means that will be taken to ensure that the body is respected and how the body will be disposed of.
2016, c. 12016, c. 1, s. 56.