Thousands of graves all over Poland have been marked.
As the portal” Super Express “approaches, thousands of graves all over Poland have been marked. People visiting these graves can see the information “gr & oacute; b to be liquidated”. There is no shortage of indignation at this information, although it should be remembered that everything is done in the light of the applicable legal regulations.
“Gr & oacute; b for liquidation”
< p>Visitors to cemeteries all over Poland find information that a given gr & oacute; b is to be liquidated. Only in one of the outcrops of Koszalin, there are as many as 800 tombs that are to be liquidated. .
The tombs may be decommissioned as soon as no payment is made for them. It should be noted that the fee for a place in the cemetery is not a one-off fee, but it must be paid every 20 years to keep the right to the place. However, the cost of such fees is not small, especially in the era of rampant high prices.
In the already mentioned Koszalin, the fee for a place in the cemetery is currently almost PLN 600 (in the Old Cemetery it is even about PLN 900). At the Central Cemetery in Szczecin, the fee is PLN 1,000. The amount of the fee is determined by the administrator of a given necropolis.
Message and what next?
It is worth noting that the grave liquidation does not take place overnight, in therefore, we have time to pay the pro-tax levy. The liquidation of the grave consists mainly in the removal of what is above the ground – the tombstone.
In most cases, the remains of the person buried in a decommissioned grave are not transferred to the Ossarium, but are left there.
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