For a small group of concerned South Australians, the recent creation of South Australia's Burial and Cremation Act has failed to solve one very important issue - the right for a person to eternally rest in peace.
Even with our final resting place, we are a user-pays society.
For Saving Graves - South Australia member Catherine Crout-Habel, laws that allow grave sites within South Australia to be 'lifted and deepened' after the expiration of a lease causes great concern.
"The issue for us is that we don't believe that anybody should be dug up, and other people plonked on top of them," Catherine explained.
"We believe that we are losing our history and we are desecrating graves."