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Chapter 214

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  214.150.  County commissions shall become trustees and custodians. — The county commissions of the respective counties of this state shall become trustees and custodians of any fund or funds which may be created by any person or persons, firm or corporation, for the purpose of maintaining in part or in whole any public or private cemetery in their respective county.  When a gift or bequest is made to said county commission they shall accept the same upon the terms and conditions of said gift or bequest and administer said trust fund as herein provided and make report to the circuit court annually showing in detail the manner in which said trust fund or funds have been managed.


(RSMo 1939 § 15268)

Prior revision: 1929 § 14059

(1957) Sections 214.150 to 214.180 authorize but do not compel county courts to act as trustees and custodians of trust funds for maintenance of cemeteries and such courts are required to administer such funds only when so designated by the trustor. Powers v. Johnson (A.), 306 S.W.2d 616.

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