When an interment right is issued for two interments, does that include cremated remains?
A funeral director delivers cremated remains to a cemetery with instructions that the remains are to be scattered at the cemetery.
What documentation does the cemetery need to ensure that the scattering is being done in accordance with directions of the executor of the deceased?
Information issued by Australian Government Deaprtment of Health.
"There are no requirements for bringing human ashes into Australia or exporting ashes out of Australia. However, the container used to hold the ashes should be free from contaminants such as soil, and containers made from wood must be declared to Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (Agriculture) on arrival or before departure."
One of the 64 small satellites launched into space aboard the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Monday carried cremated remains of 100 people, including former veterans and space enthusiasts.
This seems to be a useful guide if you are carrying ashes into the USA. Some of the rules may apply elsewhere.
We have added a category to contain information about transporting deceased remains, including ashes, into and out of major jurisdictions.
Please see this thread in the Question and Answers Section.