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AGO Opinions with Topic: ESTABLISHMENT OF CEMETERIES BY COUNTY, AS METHOD BY WHICH CEMETERY OF 3RD CLASS CITY MAY BE ACQUIRED
AGO 1950 No. 331 >  September 11, 1950
CEMETERY DISTRICTS - RELATION OF COUNTY-WIDE DISTRICT TO 3RD CLASS CITIES - ACQUISITION OR JOINT MANAGEMENT OF CEMETERIES OF 3RD CLASS BY DISTRICT - ESTABLISHMENT OF CEMETERIES BY COUNTY, AS METHOD BY WHICH CEMETERY OF 3RD CLASS CITY MAY BE ACQUIRED - MEANING OF "PRIVATE CEMETERIES" AS USED IN GENERAL CEMETERY ACT
CEMETERY DISTRICTS ‑- RELATION OF COUNTY-WIDE DISTRICT TO 3RD CLASS CITIES ‑- ACQUISITION OR JOINT MANAGEMENT OF CEMETERIES OF 3RD CLASS BY DISTRICT -- ESTABLISHMENT OF CEMETERIES BY COUNTY, AS...

1. A city of the third class may not be included in a proposed cemetery district, and its inclusion in the boundaries set forth in the petition for a proposed district invalidates the petition.2. A cemetery district may not acquire, or jointly with the city operate or manage the cemetery of a city of the third class.3. The term "private cemeteries" as used in the General Cemetery Act refers to cemeteries operated by corporations formed for that purpose.

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