34-26A-4.1. Crematory establishment--Licensure.

Each crematory in this state must be licensed by the State Board of Funeral Service. To obtain licensure for a crematory, a person must:

(1)    Submit an application to the board, at the time and in the manner required by the board;

(2)    Identify, on the application, all certified crematory operators employed at the crematory;

(3)    Provide evidence that a motorized or mechanical device is available for the processing of cremated remains; and

(4)    Provide evidence that a refrigerated facility is available for the retention of decedents awaiting cremation.

Upon approval of an application, the board shall require that the applicant pay an initial licensure fee in an amount not exceeding one hundred dollars.

Source: SL 2023, ch 129, § 4.