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Disposal of the body

Subject to the provisions of the Transplantation and Anatomy Act 1983 (SA) , the executor has responsibility for the disposal of the deceased's body, but a testator may have specific wishes in this regard, for example, to be cremated and have their ashes spread over the sea from a particular place. These specific wishes can be stated by the testator in their will.

Disposal of the body  :  Last Revised: Mon Jan 6th 2020
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