I'm just trying to make a buck and I thought it was a nice idea. Sure, we only have enough room in the back for one person, maybe two shortish adults, but think about how nice that would be. You'd have a lot of privacy because it would only be you (and maybe your shortish friend). Your grave would never get overgrown because a.) I tend to the back area and b.) grass doesn't grow there anyway. In fact, you might actually technically be under the patio but it's not like you were going to be enjoying the sunshine anyway, right? Plus, you'd have plenty of company: barbecuing, having drinks outside--sometimes my husband even hangs out there doing work with both our dog and one of our cats. How nice would that be? During the summer anytime. During the winter you'd have way more "quiet time."
So what's the problem? Why do I need to follow all these rules and regulations just to give someone a nice, quiet, very personal resting spot? I'm just trying to make a buck and also honor the dignity of whatever. I don't have time for a background check and I don't have money for a license so why am I being punished? I'm not going to do anything, like, gross, so get off my back. Jesus!