Weird case of the weekWritten by Glenn Kauth Tuesday, 30 April 2013
Can the heirs of a family that bought a massive plot on a cemetery in the 1860s get buried there now? The cemetery said no, saying they'd first have to go through all potential heirs (thousands of them) to see who gets the plot. The court said that was ridiculous.
Glenn Kauth had stints as a police and court reporter in Alberta, before arriving at Law Times, first as staff writer, and now editor. His daily newspaper background is well-suited to the fast-paced environment of Law Times and lawtimesnews.com, where legal news gathering and reporting don’t take a break!
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