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  214.450.  Indian cemeteries, how established — trust fund authorized. — Any native American group which is comprised of persons who are members of an Indian organization recognized by the United States pursuant to P.L. 93-638; 95-608, which desires to secure a tribal or group burial ground or cemetery on lands owned by such group or tribe may designate any quantity of that land for that purpose, and such grounds shall be established, maintained, and held in perpetuity as burial grounds or cemeteries for the use and benefit of the descendents of the group or tribe making such a designation.  Such group shall not be required to convey title to such lands to the county commission to be held in trust pursuant to section 214.090.  Such group may establish a trust fund for the benefit of such cemeteries or burial grounds pursuant to section 214.140.


(L. 1990 S.B. 625 § 1)

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