Exhumation

Exhumation of human remains may be required for a number of reasons, such as during a criminal investigation, moving a burial ground or to re-inter a deceased in a different cemetery closer to family members.   Exhumation usually requires a court order or permission by the next of kin of the deceased. Permits are also required by some governing agency like the health department in order to legally conduct a disinterment.

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