Indiana Code Title 23. Business and Other Associations § 23-14-59-1

Sec. 1 . A cemetery owner or anyone acting on behalf of a cemetery owner is not liable in any action for:

(1) a burial, entombment, or inurnment in the wrong lot, grave, grave space, burial space, crypt, crypt space, or niche;

(2) a disinterment, disentombment, or disinurnment of the wrong deceased remains;

(3) a repositioning of the remains of a deceased that encroach upon an adjacent lot, space, grave, grave space, or burial space;

(4) setting or installing a marker, monument, any type of memorial, or an outer burial container on the wrong lot, space, grave, grave space, or burial space;  or

(5) installing any kind of foundation or other type of base for a marker, monument, or any type of memorial on the wrong lot or burial space.

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