Author: Charles Martin ScanlanPublish On: 2020-03-16
By-Laws, Member, Burial.—Where a by-law of a church association provides [pg
232] that any member who pays one dollar to have his name entered in the
record shall be entitled to a burial lot, a member who had paid one dollar to the ...
Author: Charles Martin Scanlan
Publisher: Good Press
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Lloyd . the mother parish , and claimed a right to baptisms , churchings , and
burials should do so without the payment of a burial fee to be solemnised or
performed , at the said the rector , upon the ground that he was a church at
That being so in referable to the rights of the clerk and sexton . the parish church ,
what is to be done in a cemeThey have reference not only to the right to tery ?
The 30th section provides that a chapel is dig the grave , but also to the private ...
And Other Writings Illustrative of the Law of the Church Clement Y. Sturge. words
, “ And that no ... 7 and 31 ; and in Blunt's Church Law ( seventh edition ) , pp .
138-144 . Burial . BURIAL FEES . INCUMBENT's Power OVER CHURCHYARD .
Author: Clement Y. Sturge
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
"A word of explanation is due for what may seem the temerity of reprinting and publishing in a connected form matters so diverse and incongruous as have been brought together in this little volume. "The 'Points of Church Law' appeared, in answer to clerical correspondents, in the Guardian for the years 1900--1903. They deal, for the most part, with points of law in connection with parochial administration, which are continually arising, and causing doubt and difficulty to the clergy, churchwardens, and others in the performance of their duties. It is hoped that, collected under headings of the points that most frequently arise, they may be found serviceable to the clergy, and even to lawyers. They claim no higher merit than that of bringing together in a convenient form the principal authorities on each subject treated. The references to cases have been given in a more extended form than is usual, as the book is designed to meet the needs of persons who are unfamiliar with the abbreviations in use among lawyers. "The summary of the arguments in Dr. Gore's case in 1903 is also a reprint from the Guardian. The case will, of course, be found more fully reported in the pages of the Law Reports, and the columns of the Times. But it was thought that, in a case so complicated and certain to become historical, there might be room for a more popular account compiled at the time with considerable care from an official copy of the shorthand notes. The arguments have been closely followed, but for references to the authorities cited in the case the reader is referred to the reports above mentioned." --From the Preface
introduction of a memorial of any kind into a churchyard may be ordered by the
chancellor to pay the costs of removal and of ... Burial of ashes may also take
place in a grave—space in a closed churchyard, but only with faculty permission.
Author: David Parrott
Publisher: Canterbury Press
A practical, jargon free guide to key aspects of canon and public law for clergy, readers, churchwardens, PCC members and diocesan officers, covering common situations that affect every church. Now updated to include Common Tenure, the Marriage Act and government changes in vetting those who work with children and vulnerable adults.
And this leads us to remark , 5 , and finally ; That the spiritual church or kingdom
of Christ , may , and will , support itself , without provision made for it , and
established , and enforced , by human law . The laws of the kingdom , even of
Christ ' s ...
26 . established under the Church Building Acts are not amount due to them ,
inasmuch as such amount had REG . v . PRICE AND ANOTHER ( Justices of
Manchester ) . not , through the default of the defendant the engineer , Burial Act ,
16 g ...
Closed burial The above provision applies only to cases in which the church. is &
19 Vict . yard or burial - ground has been closed by an Order in Council ; and it is
only the burial - ground of or belonging to a parish that c . 128 , s . 18 . comes ...
W. Whitelegg to shew one and the same grave in the churchyard cause why they
should not adjudicate upon of the said St. George's , Hulme , and not the said
complaint ( 1 ) .- The question is , in a private vault or grave therein , in vio
Table of Fees at Norwood Parish Church , 20. The defendants contend that the
plaintiff Minister . Sexton . Clerk . £ 8. d . £ s . d . £ s . d . is entitled to fees in
respect of nine only of such New vault 10 10 0 5 5 0 1 1 0 graves , namely , those
of the ...
The practice of bury The necessity for providing new cemeteries , caused by ing
in churches or churchyards is said to have been ... The same Act allows a burial
mon law right , controlled in many points by the provisions board to appeal to the
was which the Resolution of the hon . and Baptist was brought to the parish churchlearned Member for Denbigh raised ; yard , and the ... The proposal of the
hon . and man would read the Burial Service at its learned Member had been
presented to grave , a disturbance ... canon law Church , but of the State also ,
which or antiquated Statute , but of a law passed dated from the earliest ages in
our na- only ...
which the Resolution of the hon . and Baptist was brought to the parish churchlearned Member for Denbigh raised ; yard , and the ... The proposal of the
hon , and man would read the Burial Service at its learned Member had been
presented to grave , a disturbance ... of great have been subject to trial and
punishimportance - a law not only of the ment , not in virtue of any old canon law Church , but of the ...
The right of burial final and conclusive . On the other hand , if it is the burial of the
parishioners . The by ecclesiastical law , he said , would descend the judge gave
effect to considerations which erection of monuments in the churchyard ...
Penalty on persons for wilful default . the grave which would be in force in such churchThe word “ graveyard ” in this act shall ... law to receive any fee , shall be
wilfully false declaration , shall for every such wil- burial ground or cemetery , if a
BURIAL . COLONIAL LAW . 1 . Board _ Exclusive right of burial ' - - - Burial Acts (
16 & 17 Vict . Canada - Canadian ... New district and burial ground - Right of old
parishioner to burial COMMON . in old churchyard - Lord Blandford ' s Act ( 19 ...
Nor , it secins , does the church recognize “ such an soleionly consecrated and
appropriated to the burial of indecency ” as ... of burial to churches , and who now
became entitled to render back into which the law has as yet provided no specific