Indiana Code Title 23. Business and Other Associations § 23-14-57-3




Sec. 3 . (a) This chapter does not prohibit:

(1) the removal of human remains by a cemetery owner from a plot, building, or structure for which the purchase price is past due and unpaid;  and

(2) the reinterment, reentombment, or reinurnment of the remains in some other suitable plot in the cemetery.

(b) For a removal and reinterment, reentombment, or reinurnment (at the discretion of the cemetery owner) referred to in subsection (a), the cemetery owner is not liable in any action unless the owner fails to exercise reasonable care in the removal or reinterment, reentombment, or reinurnment.  There is a rebuttable presumption that the owner exercised reasonable care in the removal or reinterment, reentombment, or reinurnment.





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