Sec. 6. (a) A person who wishes to have a parcel of land classified as cemetery land must
have it surveyed by a professional surveyor. The professional surveyor shall make the survey by metes and bounds and locate the
parcel with reference to some established corner. In addition, the professional surveyor shall identify the parcel by section, township,
range, and county references. The professional surveyor shall prepare plats of the parcel in ink, and shall prepare
the plats on the scale, and in the number, prescribed by the director.
(b) The professional surveyor may use an aerial photograph in order to obtain a description
of the parcel. However, the professional surveyor's description must be accurate and it must meet
the requirements specified in subsection (a). If an aerial photograph is used, that fact shall be noted on the application referred
to in section 8 of this chapter.
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