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the physical frame of a dead person or animal

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the dead body of a human being

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Anyone outside Knowsley wanting to bury their loved ones at either Fox's Bank Lane, Whiston, or Prescot Cemetery will have to pay pounds 2,352 for burial rights and monument permission.
But in a Florida court on Tuesday, Stern, who is battling Anna's mum Virgie Arthur to gain burial rights, said he knew little about the will.
He and the former Playmate's mum, Virgie Arthur, are battling to be named next-of-kin and gain burial rights for her remains.
Barbara Olshansky, director of the Guantanamo Project at the Center for Constitutional Rights, which is coordinating legal representation for the 500 detainees at the military prison camp, said the crisis is so serious attorneys are discussing how to advocate for strikers' burial rights.
The family acquired burial rights for the garden, which is owned by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
This requires analysis of the concept of burial rights or rights of sepulcher: whether such rights include a deceased's genetic and genealogical information (increasingly useful in genomic research); ways a plaintiff could vindicate the exercise of such rights; judicial remedies for the violation of rights of sepulcher; and how to settle questions of priority among multiple plaintiffs with conflicting claims.
The city council's official response is that re-using graves should be a last resort, and should only happen if 100 years had passed since exclusive burial rights were granted, or, in the case of family graves, 50 years since the date of the last burial.