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IC 23-14-60
     Chapter 60. Legalization of Defectively Formed Cemetery Associations and Corporations

IC 23-14-60-1
Defective cemetery associations and corporations; rights and powers
    
Sec. 1. (a) If:
        (1) any number of persons have:
            (A) acted together as an association or corporation;
            (B) acquired, as an association or corporation, land for cemetery purposes;
            (C) sold and granted to persons the right to bury the dead in lots located on the land; and
            (D) actually managed and controlled the land as a cemetery for at least thirty (30) years; but
        (2) the organization that the persons attempted to establish as a corporation or cemetery association is defective and incomplete because of a failure to comply with the formalities required by law in force at some time since the original parties first assumed to act as an association or corporation;
the owners of the right to bury the dead on lots in the cemetery and those who may acquire the right become and continue to be a cemetery association or corporation from March 14, 1913.
    (b) The owners of the right to bury the dead on lots in a cemetery referred to in subsection (a) have all the rights and powers of a cemetery association or corporation organized under this article, IC 23-1, or IC 23-17.
As added by P.L.52-1997, SEC.34. Amended by P.L.2-2002, SEC.74; P.L.163-2006, SEC.2.