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Guide for applications from cemetery operators for an exemption to allow granting multiple interment rights to an applicant.
Under Section 56(4) of the Cemeteries & Crematoria Act 2013 Act prohibits a cemetery operator from granting interment rights in a cemetery if such a grant results in a person holding more than two interment sites in that cemetery.
This restriction can removed if approved by CCNSW. The guide provides information requirements which cemetery operators must provide when making an application.
The new short guide is for applications for an exemption from section 56(4) of the Cemeteries and Crematoria Act 2013.
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Cemeteries & Crematoria NSW (CCNSW) is a statutory agency supporting and regulating the interment industry, assessing interment needs and developing planning strategies for cemetery space. CCNSW also provides information to the public.
CCNSW was created in 2014 under the Cemeteries and Crematoria Act 2013.
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