Cemetery – A burial park for earth interments.
Interment – The disposition of human remains for burial in the earth.
Interment Rights – The right to use or control the use of a plot or niche for the interment of human remains.
Disinterment – To take out of the ground human remains for the purposes to transfer to another burial park or move to another area of the same cemetery.
Burial – The process of placing human remains in a grave.
Grave – A space in a burial park, used or intended to use, for the disposition of human remains.
Block, Lot, Grave – A space in a cemetery, used or intend to be used, to inter human remains.
Permit for Disposition of Human Remains – A burial permit used pursuant to law, for the interment, disinterment, removal, reinterment or transportation of human remains.
Outer Burial Container – A vault or liner used to encase or cover the casket prior to burial in ground.
Columbarium – A structure consisting of small vaults or niches for urns containing cremated remains.
Cremated Remains – The remains of a decedent after completion of cremated and processing.
Cremation – The reduction of human remains to bone fragments through intense heat, flame or evaporation.
Inurnment – The placing of an urn containing cremated remains into a columbarium, niche or ground space.
Niche – A compartment or cubical for the memorialization and permanent placement of cremated remains
Urn – A container made from a variety of materials, including but not limited to bronze, glass, ceramics, porcelain, wood or other materials, into which cremated remains are place in.