2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 8:204 — Specific powers; rule making and enforcement

§204.  Specific powers; rule making and enforcement

A cemetery authority may make, adopt, amend, add to, revise, repeal or modify, and enforce rules and regulations for the use, care, control, management, restriction and protection of all or any part of its cemetery, including without limitation the following:

(1)  It may restrict and limit the use of all property within its cemetery;

(2)  It may regulate the uniformity, class and kind of all markers, monuments and other structures within the cemetery and its subdivisions;

(3)  It may regulate or prohibit the erection and/or installation of monuments, markers, effigies, structures and foundations within the cemetery;

(4)  It may regulate or prevent the introduction or care of plants or shrubs within the cemetery;

(5)  It may prevent interment in any part of the cemetery of human remains not entitled to interment and prevent the use of interment spaces for purposes violative of its restrictions or rules and regulations;

(6)  It may regulate the conduct of persons and prevent improper assemblages in the cemetery, and

(7)  It may make and enforce rules and regulations for all other purposes deemed necessary by the cemetery authority for the proper conduct of the business of the cemetery, for the transfer of any interment space or the right of interment, and the protection and safeguarding of the premises, and the principles, plans, and ideals on which the cemetery is conducted.

Acts 1974, No. 417, §1.

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