According to Memorials.com, whether or not a deceased pet can be buried in a yard depends largely on local laws. Grieving pet owners should also take into account whether or not they own or rent the home; if it is a rental, the landlord should be consulted prior to burial, even if local law allows for pets to be buried in residential yards. If part of a homeowners' association, the owner should consult the association's rules and regulations as well.Continue Reading
When burying a pet, the grave should be sufficiently deep so that other animals are unable to dig up the pet and scavenge the grave. In addition to checking for both state and local codes regarding the burial of pets, it is important to avoid utility lines when digging the pet's grave.Learn more about Is This Illegal?
It is legal to buy a hedgehog in most states; however, certain locations have laws barring hedgehog purchases and ownership, according to National Journal. Hedgehogs are illegal to buy in Hawaii, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Maine and California, as well as Washington, D.C. and New York City's boroughs.Full Answer >
State and local laws change from state to state, but most areas do not allow poisoning as an option to get rid of raccoons. Most states, like Indiana, New York and Oklahoma, recommend removing food sources and den making areas before taking any steps to remove the raccoon, as noted by the government websites for those states.Full Answer >
It is legal to distribute flyers, but cities and local governments are allowed to have laws that govern their distribution, according to FindLaw. Flyers cannot be outlawed because this would interfere with rights to free speech provided by the First Amendment.Full Answer >
The laws dictating whether minors may sit in bars vary by state, according to AlcoholPolicyMD. For example, according to the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, people under 17 are only permitted to sit in a venue that serves alcohol when accompanied by a guardian.Full Answer >