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Can You Bury Someone on Your Own Property?

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You can bury someone on your own property in the UK as there are presently no laws barring people from such an undertaking. Erecting a tombstone will however require authorisation from the local council. In the UK, the National Day of the Dead is marked on the 18th of April annually.
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