New law for post-mortem; Approved by the Federal National Council of...

New law for post-mortem; Approved by the Federal National Council of the UAE


Highlight:

  • If organs are removed due to disease or car accident, it is a special place to bury it
  • New terms for visit to the cemetery


UAE: The UAE Federal National Council (FNC) has approved a new law on burial procedures. The New Testament deals with the conduct of the dead, the washing, and the burial of the dead.

Authorities said those who violated the law would face heavy fines. A special committee will be formed to manage the cemeteries in the country. A special place will be found to bury those who die due to diseases. In addition, the burial of newborns and young people will be moved to a special location. If the organs are removed due to illness or car accident, a special place will be found to bury it.

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The UAE Federal National Council has also passed new rules for visiting the cemetery. It has been suggested to find a special place for burying the bodies of women. There will be new rules regarding culture in the digital database containing the details of the deceased. It is also suggested that the cost of transporting the body abroad should be borne by the individuals.

Authorities said they would take strong action against those who acted illegally. The fines range from 10,000 to 50,000 dirhams. Burial without permission carries a one-year jail term and a fine of 10,000 to 100,000 dirhams. Burial on the spot is punishable by up to one year in prison and a fine of Dh10,000-20,000. A fine of half a lakh to one lakh dirhams for transporting a body abroad or abroad without permission.
Destroying the place where the body was buried will result in a fine of Dh1 lakh to Dh2 lakh.

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