2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 8:813 — Correction of errors
§813. Correction of errors
A cemetery authority shall have the right to correct any and all errors that may occur in or in connection with the operation of the cemetery, including without limitation those involving or in connection with the making of an interment, disinterment or removal, or the description, transfer, granting the right of use or conveyance of a cemetery space, and in this connection, the cemetery authority shall have the right to substitute, grant the right of use, or convey, in order to correct any such errors, other interment rights, approximately equal in value and location as far as feasible, as selected by said authority; or, in the sole discretion of said authority, the correction of an error may be accomplished by the refunding of the amount of money paid on account of the acquisition or use of a cemetery space. If an error involves an interment, the cemetery authority shall have the right to remove and transfer the remains that are involved.
Acts 1974, No. 417, §1.
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