You will require this permit if you intend to conduct a funeral at a cemetery. A single funeral permit authorises you to conduct one funeral at a particular cemetery.
Single funeral permits may be issued for one of two purposes:
- To authorise someone who does not hold a funeral director's licence to conduct a funeral; or
- To authorise the holder of a funeral director's licence to conduct a funeral at another cemetery not specified in his or her licence.
By obtaining a single funeral permit, you become the acting funeral director and it is your responsibility to arrange for all permits, applications and authorities, as well as all other matters, associated with the funeral.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
To be eligible for this permit you must:
- Be of a good reputation and be considered fit to conduct a funeral;
- Have access to suitable facilities and equipment;
- Lodge the required burial or cremation application and associated certificates and permits; and
- Pay the permit fees.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.
The permit is valid only for the day of the funeral.
Please consult the Contact Officer for information on fees to be submitted.
Application for Single Funeral Permit - Please consult the Contact Officer for information on fees to be submitted.
Approximately two hours.
Cemeteries Act 1986 (Western Australia)
Local law(s) name
Management and Control of Tammin Cemetery Local Law 2006
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