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Old 10-26-2013, 09:08 AM
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Unless they place where the body is buried in the newpaper, I am thinking no crime.
Yeah. Rural area, funeral published in the paper.

Probably someone assuming it was ok to use the cemetery.

Again, this isn't something that affects me. It's the farm of a friend.

So far, no answers from the funeral home.

I'm not sure how interested she is in following up on this. But she was initially hot under the collar.
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If she uses well water, she should be hot under the collar! Eeew!
I'd want all those decaying bodies outa there!
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Did she ever call the Sheriff? Again, in Ohio, SHE could be cited if someone was buried there without a permit and she did not report it. The Sheriff should know the local/state laws.
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If she uses well water, she should be hot under the collar! Eeew!
I'd want all those decaying bodies outa there!
I hope that no animals ever die on your property.
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Sheesh, so my Italian "uncles" from North Jersey have been legal all along when they bury them out in the NJ pinelands?

I guess it saves on Cement shoes....
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Update:

The deceased was the spouse of a distant cousin that the owner had never heard of. Apparently they were destitute so there's no plans to change anything.

I don't know why the land owner wasn't contacted for permission. Perhaps the laws differ here?
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Sounds like illegal dumping of toxic waste / human remains to me
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The deceased was the spouse of a distant cousin that the owner had never heard of. Apparently they were destitute so there's no plans to change anything.

I don't know why the land owner wasn't contacted for permission. Perhaps the laws differ here?
What state was this?
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Desitute, so they could afford the more expensive burial over the cheaper cremation, where nobody's property is infringed on?
Makes no sense to me. Sorry, but if it were my property, that body would have to go.
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I hope that no animals ever die on your property.
It's the embalming fluids that create contamination.
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The deceased was the spouse of a distant cousin that the owner had never heard of. Apparently they were destitute so there's no plans to change anything.

I don't know why the land owner wasn't contacted for permission. Perhaps the laws differ here?
That is not unusual.
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That is not unusual.
Maybe not in your state. In some states the Funeral Home would get its license suspended, the owner of the land would be cited unless they could prove that they had no prior knowledge, and then would be required to report it immediately upon discovery. There could even be criminal charges for the person or entity that did the actual internment.
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Say the property belonged to a great grandfather of the current owner. The decease may have a copy of the original will.
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