The Grapes of Wrath

What is significant about the Joads' decision to bury Grampa without informing the proper authorities, even though they are apprehensive at first?

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They simply don't have the burial fee to pay. The symbolism is that really nobody owns death or prevent it and the ground belongs to nobody,. It will be there long past permission slips and burial fees.