Indiana Code Title 23. Business and Other Associations § 23-14-59-2

Sec. 2 . When a wrongful burial, entombment, inurnment, disinterment, disentombment, or disinurnment referred to in section 1(1) , 1(2), 1(4), or 1(5) of this chapter occurs, the cemetery owner shall:

(1) at the expense of the cemetery owner, correct the wrongful burial, entombment, inurnment, disinterment, disentombment, or disinurnment as soon as practical after becoming aware of the error;  and

(2) notify:

(A) the spouse, if living, of the deceased person whose remains were wrongfully buried, entombed, inurned, disinterred, disentombed, or disinurned, or whose outer burial container was wrongfully placed;

(B) the parents, if living, of a deceased minor child whose remains were wrongfully buried, entombed, inurned, disinterred, disentombed, or disinurned, or whose outer burial container was wrongfully placed;

(C) the person or persons whose marker, monument, memorial, foundation, or base was wrongfully placed;  or

(D) the person or persons who authorized the original burial, entombment, inurnment, disinterment, disentombment, or disinurnment;

of the occurrence.


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