Disinterment Of Remains Of War Veterans (Excerpt) Act 248 Of 1929

Published: 2015

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Act 248 of 1929

35.844 Decree authorizing disinterment; provisions, filing of certified copy; burial records, correction.

Sec. 4.

Every decree authorizing the disinterment and removal of any such remains shall provide that the same shall be done under the supervision of the proper health officers or other local officers, who may be charged with such duty by law. It shall be the duty of the organization petitioning for such removal to cause to be changed and corrected forthwith all burial records of such deceased, of which it may have or be reasonably charged with knowledge, and any decree of removal shall so provide. A certified copy of such decree shall be filed with the sexton or person in charge of any such cemetery to which and from which any such body is removed, and it is hereby made the duty of such sexton or person in charge of any such cemetery to correct all records in his control in accordance therewith.

History: 1929, Act 248, Eff. Aug. 28, 1929


CL 1929, 935


CL 1948, 35.844

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