Do you have to remove your loved one's remains from your property, and can your remains be interred next to your loved one upon your death? Your attorney's advice: It depends as to whether the ZEO decides to pursue a judicial enforcement remedy, but you should have a contingency plan to ensure that your and your loved ones' remains end up side by side whether or not they're on your property.
Court Creates Standard For When 'Zoning Interpretation' Letter Must Be Appealed
The Connecticut Law Tribune
April 8, 2013
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