The will to cremation, custody and dispersion, can be expressed by the deceased or by his family in one of the following ways, using, as appropriate, the forms attached to the stamp:
a) the testamentary disposition of the deceased (see art.620 civil code for the publication of the will and Law 218/1995 in the case of a foreign will: translation and consular attestation of enforceability of the foreign will) or the declaration made by the same to the municipality of residence, (the municipalities have a special register in which those who have expressed will to cremation and entrust or scatter the ashes are registered) except in cases where family members present an autographed declaration of the deceased contrary to cremation, made in date subsequent to that of the testamentary disposition itself;
b) registration, certified by the legal representative, in recognized associations which have among their statutory purposes the cremation of the corpses of their members, except in cases where family members present an autograph declaration of the deceased against cremation, made on subsequent to that of membership in the association. This registration also prevails against the opinion of family members; The member can also submit a declaration on free paper dated and signed (if he is unable to write confirmed by two witnesses), showing the will that his ashes be entrusted or dispersed, as well as the person identified to carry out this will
c) in the absence of the testamentary disposition or any other expression of will on the part of the deceased, the will of the spouse or, in the absence of the closest relative, identified pursuant to articles 74, 75, 76, 77 of the Civil Code and, in the event of competition from several relatives in the same degree, an absolute majority of the same, manifested to the Registrar of the Municipality of death or residence
d) the will expressed by the legal representatives for minors and disabled persons. (guardian and support administration if this function was attributed in the appointment decree).
(a) to be housed in family tombs or in ossuaries housed inside cemeteries or in locules with pre-existing rooftops or special cells in the crematorium;
b) burying inside the cemetery in an area intended exclusively for this by the Municipal Council
c) entrusting, for conservation, to a family member or other relative authorized to do so.
In the event that the deceased has not expressed the will to have his ashes scattered, they are placed in a sealed urn, bearing the personal data, for the purpose of burial, burial or entrustment to family members.
If the deceased has not identified the person in charge of their ashes or the person in charge of dispersal, the will of the deceased is carried out by the following persons:
a) spouse or defect by the closest relative, identified in accordance with articles 74, 75, 76, 77 of the Civil Code and in the event of competition from more relatives in the same degree, by the majority of the latter;
b) by the testamentary performer;
c) by the legal representative of association who has, among its statutes, the cremation, reliance and dispersal of the corpses of the members, if the deceased is registered;
- d) by the guardian of a minor or interdicted, by the support administrator if he / she is authorized;
- (e) in the absence of the persons referred to in points (a), (b), (c) and (d), by the Cemetary staff authorized by the municipality
If, in the absence of the spouse, more relatives of the same grade compete, they must, by majority, by means of a written deed made before the public official authorizing the custody or dispersion, identify which of these is responsible for taking custody of the urn to keep it at home or to disperse the ashes.
In the presence of a will expressed by the deceased, in the territory of the Municipality of Bra, the ashes can be dispersed:
a) in a green area within the cemetery, with a specific indication, located between the crematorium and the Urban Cemetery;
b) in the common cinerary;
c) in private areas, at a distance of at least two hundred meters from residential centers and settlements, outdoors and with the written consent of the owner, without giving rise to profit-making activities.
d) in one or more public areas, outside the cemetery, possibly to be established by the City Council on the basis of the requirements of the relevant regional and / or state regulations.
Dispersal is prohibited in built-up areas as defined by art. 3, paragraph 1, number 8, of Legislative Decree 30 April 1992, n. 285 (New Highway Code) and in buildings or other closed places.
Outside the cemetery, it is forbidden to bury the entire urn, even if it is made of biodegradable material.
The ash dispersion in the air is prohibited.
The dispersion is carried out by the spouse, by another family member entitled by law or by the express will of the deceased, by the executor of the will, by the legal representative of the association whose statutory purposes are the cremation of the corpses of the members or, failing this , by the staff of the Cemetery provided by the municipality.
The person in charge of dispersion, upon withdrawal of the funeral urn, must declare that he is aware that the dispersion of the ashes not authorized by the Registrar of the Municipality where the death occurred, or carried out in the manner different from what indicated by the deceased, as well as the abandonment of the urn.
The dispersion of the ashes must take place within 60 days of the delivery of the cinerary urn. If the assignee has not been defined or, in case of disagreement between the parties, the ashes will be kept in the ossuaries in the 14th row in Field L, or failing that, in another place pre-established by the City Council, by paying a fixed fee. for the custody service, until there is an agreement between the parties or a final judgment.
The person in charge is required to communicate to the destination municipality, with at least ten days of
notice, the methods of dispersal of the ashes.
Dispersion in a cemetery area is carried out by the family members of the deceased, according to the tariffs fixed by the Municipal Council.
In the places where the ashes are scattered, commemoration through the installation of objects or artifacts is not allowed.
The dispersion can also be authorized for ashes already buried, during the concession period or at the end of that period.
Ashes dispersion site
Where the deceased has expressed the will to scatter his ashes while alive without indicating the place, the latter is chosen by the spouse or, failing that, by the closest relative, identified in accordance with articles 74, 75, 76 and 77 of the code civil or, in the case of concurrence of several relatives of the same grade, by the majority of the latter.
In the absence of any indication and after 90 days of cremation, ashes will be dispersed in the cemetery area.
Plaque with details of the cremated dead
In order to avoid losing the Community sense of death, individual billboards on the right hand side of the crematorium will be placed, with the master data of the deceased whose ashes have been entrusted or dispersed. These plates must be brass / bronze in cm. 10 x 15.
The burden for the supply and installation of the plaque is borne by the relatives of the deceased. If the latter are indigent reported with a documented request by the Municipal Social Services, the burden is borne by the Municipality.