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32-1321 - License or registration requirement; persons not required to be licensed or registered; nontransferability; display
32-1321. License or registration requirement; persons not required to be licensed or registered; nontransferability; display
A. A person shall not advertise or engage in funeral directing or embalming without having a valid license or registration issued by the board.
B. This article does not prohibit:
1. A student who is enrolled in a college of mortuary science that is recognized by the board pursuant to section 32-1336 from assisting a licensed embalmer in embalming dead human bodies pursuant to section 32-1337.
2. A person from performing removals or arrangements or from directing funeral services under the direction of and accountable to a licensed funeral director.
3. A licensed cemetery employee from selling burial or final disposition items or from arranging or directing cemetery services.
C. A license or registration issued by the board is not transferrable or subject to sale or assignment, whether by voluntary or involuntary process.
D. A licensee or registrant shall conspicuously display the person's license or registration at the person's place of employment.