Nevada Revised Statutes Title 40. Public Health and Safety § 452.285. Inalienability of lot or plat transferred from nonprofit corporation to individual holders; release of interest; restrictions on interment
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1. Whenever the cemetery lands and property of any nonprofit corporation governed by the provisions of chapter 82 of NRS formed for the purpose of procuring and holding lands to be used exclusively for a cemetery or place of burial of the dead are laid off into lots or plats, and the lots or plats, or any of them, are transferred to individual holders, and after there has been an interment in a lot or plat so transferred, the lot or plat, from the time of the interment, is forever thereafter inalienable, and, upon the death of the holder or proprietor thereof, descends to the heirs at law of the holder or proprietor, and to their heirs at law forever. Any one or more of the heirs at law may release to any other of the heirs at law his or her or their interest in the lot or plat, on such conditions as are agreed on and specified in the release, which must be recorded with the county recorder of the county within which the cemetery is situated.
2. The body of any deceased person must not be interred in such a lot or plat, unless it is the body of a person having, at the time of the person’s decease, an interest in the lot or plat, or the relative of some person having such an interest, or the spouse of such a person, or the spouse’s relative, except by the consent of all persons having an interest in the lot or plat.
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