- The non-confidential part of the death certificate is available,
- the registrar of the place of death has noted on the death certificate that the death has been entered in the death register (clearance note) and
- the manner of death is not or no longer unclear or the deceased person has been released by the public prosecutor's office or the district court
The respective cemetery owner
You may need to apply to the cemetery administration for a grave usage right.
Deceased persons may be buried if a medical examination has ruled out any possibility of apparent death.
Deceased persons who are not laid out in mortuaries or morgues must be buried no later than 96 hours after the occurrence of death or, in the case of transport to the territory of another municipality, must be set out on the road. The local police authority may allow exceptions to this rule if there is no reason to fear health hazards. For health reasons, it may order that deceased persons be buried or transported earlier.