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Title XII PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE

Chapter 214

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  214.280.  Election to operate as endowed care cemetery filing with division of registration, form — fee — deposit of fee — division's powers and duties — rules authorized. — 1.  Operators of all existing cemeteries shall, prior to August twenty-eighth following August 28, 1994, elect to operate each cemetery as an endowed care cemetery as defined in subdivision (16) of section 214.270 and shall register such intention with the division and remit the required registration fee or, failing such election, shall operate each cemetery for which such election is not made as a nonendowed cemetery without regard to registration fees or penalties.  Operators of all cemeteries hereafter established shall, within ninety days from the establishment thereof, elect to operate each cemetery as an endowed care cemetery, or as a nonendowed cemetery.  Such election for newly established cemeteries shall be filed with the division, on a form provided by the division.  Any such election made subsequent to August 28, 1994, shall be accompanied by a filing fee set by the division, and such fee shall be deposited in the endowed care cemetery audit fund as defined in section 193.265.  The fee authorized in this subsection shall not be required from an existing nonendowed cemetery.

  2.  The division may adopt rules establishing the conditions and procedures governing the circumstances where an endowed care cemetery elects to operate as a nonendowed care cemetery.  In the event an endowed care cemetery elects to operate as a nonendowed care cemetery, the division shall make every effort to require such cemetery to meet all contractual obligations for the delivery of services entered into prior to it reverting to the status of a nonendowed cemetery.

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(L. 1961 p. 538 § 4, A.L. 1994 S.B. 496 § 214.280 subsecs. 1, 2, A.L. 2009 S.B. 296)


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