DISINTERMENT OF REMAINS OF WAR VETERANS (EXCERPT)
Act 248 of 1929
35.841 Disinterment of bodies; jurisdiction of circuit court in chancery.
Whenever it shall be desired to disinter and remove the remains of any United States soldier, sailor or marine for the purpose of re-interring such remains in any cemetery or burial place or section of any cemetery or burial place set aside exclusively for the graves of such United States soldiers, sailors or marines, or whenever it is desired to disinter and remove the remains of any such United States soldier, sailor or marine from one grave to another in the same cemetery or burial place, when the purpose of such removal is to collect in 1 common section or plot the graves of United States soldiers, sailors or marines exclusively, the circuit court in chancery for the county in which such soldier, sailor or marine is buried shall have authority to enter a decree directing such disinterment and removal.
History: 1929, Act 248, Eff. Aug. 28, 1929
CL 1929, 932
CL 1948, 35.841
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