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32-2194.10 - Change of cemetery plan after approval by commissioner; notice; fee
32-2194.10. Change of cemetery plan after approval by commissioner; notice; fee
A. It is unlawful for any owner or agent, after submitting to the commissioner the plan under which cemetery plots are to be offered for sale and securing his approval, to change the plan materially without first notifying the commissioner in writing of the intended change. Material changes covered by this section shall be prescribed in the rules of the commissioner. On receipt of any notice of a material change, the commissioner, if he determines such action to be necessary for the protection of purchasers, may suspend his approval of sale pending amendment of the notice as required by section 32-2194.01.
B. A filing fee of one-half of the fee that was charged for the initial certificate of authority pursuant to section 32-2194.02 but not less than two hundred fifty dollars shall accompany any amendment required by subsection A of this section.