When remains are to be disinterred and removed from the cemetery, a permit from the Board of Health must be presented at the office of the Director of Public Service and application for removal shall be made in accordance with the statutes of Ohio governing the disinterment and removal of dead bodies.
If remains are to be removed from one lot to another in the cemetery or from the cemetery, written consent when possible shall be obtained of the lot owner of heirs from whose lot the remains are to be removed.
An applicant for disinterment must sign a form with the Director of Public Service to prevent the City of Lorain from any liability or damage caused by disinterment or re-interment.
Should any single space be vacated and the remains removed from the cemetery, the space so vacated shall revert back to the cemetery and the regular charge for disinterment will be made, but should the remains be transferred to a family lot in Elmwood Cemetery the single space may be surrendered to the cemetery at the price paid and the regular charge for disinterment and re-interment will be made.
On the transfer of remains from one single space to another single space, the space removed from may be surrendered to the cemetery at the price paid; and the regular charge for disinterment and re-interment together with the cost of the new grave space will be made.