exhumation


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exhumation

the disinterring of a corpse.
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The cemetery services can be summarized in the following operations: receipt and delivery coffins (read also: urns, boxes remains); burial; burial; estumulazione; exhumation extraordinary or on request; exhumation ordinary; operations in private tombs; transport mortal remains and bone.
The aim of these meetings "was to secure further financial and political support for the CMP's exhumation, identification and return of remains project.
Exhumation is only allowed in "exceptional" circumstances.
A local minister conducted a brief graveside blessing for both Mrs Berry and the as-yet-unidenti-fied remains before the exhumation began.
A licence for the exhumation was issued by the Ministry of Justice, and HM Coroner Mr Dewi Pritchard Jones has been consulted.
The Mirror reported in September how Mr Murphy's family were pressing for an exhumation in a bid to prove he was shot for a second time in an Army barracks after being injured and that a bullet may still be lodged in his leg.
Exhumation is the only way forward for us - and we will get the truth.
In view of above, the MS requested, that the Exhumation Boards of the above districts may be allowed to be conducted by the doctors of GMMMC & Hospital, Sukkur henceforth instead of Larkana doctors.
Meanwhile, District and Session Judge stopped the exhumation process till further orders.
On this judicial magistrate issued the orders to police to stop the grave exhumation of advocate Naimat Ali Randhawa.
BDI has still not decided who is to submit the demand for exhumation but it seems that the Municipality of Kicevo will.
University of Leicester Archaeological Services have applied to the Ministry of Justice for an exhumation licence and to Leicester City Council to extend their dig to discover more about the Church of the Grey Friars where King Richard III was buried.