2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 8:811 — Limitations on vested rights
§811. Limitations on vested rights
No vested right of interment gives to any person the right to have his remains interred in any interment space in which the remains of any deceased person having a prior vested right of interment have been interred, nor does it give any person the right to have the remains of more than one deceased person interred in a single interment space in violation of the rules and regulations of the cemetery authority of the cemetery in which the interment space is located.
Acts 1974, No. 417, §1.
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