2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 8:661 — Undisposed remains; rules and regulations
§661. Undisposed remains; rules and regulations
Whenever any human remains have been in the lawful possession of any cemetery authority for a period of sixty days or more, and the relatives of or persons interested in the deceased person fail, neglect, or refuse for such periods of time, respectively, to direct the disposition to be made of the body, the body may be disposed of by the cemetery authority having lawful possession thereof, under and in accordance with such rules and regulations, if any, as may be made and promulgated by the governmental authority or authorities having jurisdiction over the matter.
Acts 1974, No. 417, §1; Acts 2003, No. 1243, §1.
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