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IC 23-14-61
     Chapter 61. Conflicts of Interests by Cemetery Employees

IC 23-14-61-1
Prohibition against acting as agent or representative; approval to act as agent or representative
    
Sec. 1. (a) This section applies to a sexton, superintendent, manager, director, grounds keeper, caretaker, or other employee of:
        (1) a person, firm, association, limited liability company, or corporation that operates or maintains a cemetery for profit; or
        (2) a nonprofit cemetery that is supported in whole or in part by the use of public funds.
    (b) A sexton, superintendent, manager, director, grounds keeper, caretaker or other employee referred to in subsection (a) shall not:
        (1) act as an agent or representative for a manufacturer or dealer of any commodity that is to be used or installed on cemetery property, including monuments or markers; and
        (2) receive for those services any consideration, either cash or otherwise;
unless the representation is approved in writing by the governing board of the cemetery.
    (c) The written approval given by the governing board of a cemetery under subsection (b) must be:
        (1) made a matter of public record; and
        (2) prominently displayed in a public place on the cemetery property where it can be easily seen by persons visiting the cemetery property.
As added by P.L.52-1997, SEC.35.

IC 23-14-61-2
Unlawful discrimination or unfair trade practice prohibited
    
Sec. 2. A sexton, superintendent, manager, director, grounds keeper, caretaker, or other employee who:
        (1) is referred to in section 1(a) of this chapter; and
        (2) acts as an agent or representative for a manufacturer or dealer of any commodity that is to be used or installed on cemetery property;
is prohibited from engaging in any unlawful discrimination or unfair trade practice in violation of this article or any other related law against a manufacturer or dealer of a commodity used or installed on cemetery property whom the employee does not represent.
As added by P.L.52-1997, SEC.35.

IC 23-14-61-3
Writs of prohibition
    
Sec. 3. (a) Upon proper proof of a violation of section 1 or section 2 of this chapter, a court of competent jurisdiction may issue writs of prohibition.
    (b) After the issuance of writs of prohibition under subsection (a), a fiscal officer who disburses public money to any:


        (1) person;
        (2) firm;
        (3) association;
        (4) limited liability company; or
        (5) corporation;
against whom or which a writ of prohibition is in effect is liable on the fiscal officer's bond.
As added by P.L.52-1997, SEC.35.