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Rule 37.
No interment shall be permitted and no marker shall be placed in or on any Plot not fully paid for except by special consent of the Association in writing. In the event such consent is given, any and all interments or memorials placed in or on said property shall be considered as temporary. A promissory note shall not be considered as payment, and no rights shall be acquired by the Plot purchaser until such property is fully paid for in cash, including principal and interest. And, in case the purchaser of said property shall fail to meet all payments when the same become due, then the Association may re-take said property and hold the same as of its former estate. The Association, thereupon, shall be released from all obligations and it may retain such payments as may have been made toward the purchase of such property as liquidated damages. The Association, without notice and at its discretion, shall have the right to cremate or to remove to a single grave, to be chosen by the Association, each of the remains then interred in said property. The Association further shall have the right to remove any memorial that may have been placed on said property.
Rule 38.
No more than one (1) Interment may be placed in a 2’x2’ Plot. No more that one (1) Interment or Burial is allowed in a 4’x8’ or 5’x10’ Plot. The Board may allow more burials or cremations to be placed within a Plot, upon submission of a written request to the Board, and approval by the Board, which approval may be withheld by the Board at its sole discretion. After the first Interment or Burial in any Plot, upon Board approval, additional Interments or Burials, as allowed, are subject to current Interment or Burial fees. The Stacking of Interments or Burials shall not be allowed without Board approval, which approval may be withheld by the Board at its sole discretion. If the Board approves the Stacking of Burials within a Plot, the Owner shall be responsible to place the initial Interment or Burial at a sufficient depth to allow the Stacking of the second Interment or Burial. Failure to place the initial Interment or Burial at such adequate depth will prevent the future Stacking of Interments or Burials in said Plot.
Rule 39.
Where a Plot is owned by a Church, Lodge or other society, Interments shall be limited to its members and to their spouses and to members of their immediate families, provided the requisite Interment fee is paid, and subject to the Rules, which limit the number of interments allowed within a Plot.
Rule 40.
Removal by heirs of a body or cremated remains so that the Plot may be sold for profit to themselves, or removal contrary to the expressed or implied wish of the original Plot Owner, is absolutely forbidden without a court order.
Rule 41.
A body or cremated remains may be removed from its original Plot to another Plot in the Cemetery when there has been an exchange or purchase for that purpose by the deceased’s spouse or heirs. When the last surviving Owner dies, his interest shall go to his heir(s). A new certificate will be prepared based on a letter from the Personal Representative of the decedent’s estate.
Rule 42.
The subdivision of Plots is not allowed, and there shall be no interment or burial in any Plot not having any interest therein, except by written consent of all Owners of the Plot and of the Association.