(4) Subject to the provisions of Sections 19 [prohibition on the removal of mortal remains], 45 [note necessary: if war graves are to be concerned] and 51 [Conditions for the transformation of the place of settlement] and the terms of the certificate of public interest, an operator of an intermediary sales organization (2) may, until the conclusion of a new trust contract with a savings institution , apply to the trader following a trust agreement between a savings bank and the operator of a place of incident regarding a care fund without modification of the trust contract, as if the subsequent operator were the operator who entered into the agreement. (i) the establishment of requirements for the transfer or transport of human remains and the definition of a group of persons authorized to transfer or transport human remains; (d) whether the dispute under application involves family hostility or a change in capricious attitude in respect of the ordering of human remains or cremated remains remains in place. 5 (1) Subject to this section and section 8, paragraph 3, point b) (i) (pre-burial or verf-gung authorization requirements], a person`s law remains: the ordering of human remains or cremated persons to control the following persons in order of their priority and to delegate: (b) by entering into a loyalty agreement with the Savings Bank. , which contains the conditions and (2) A person cannot make human remains or part of the human remains of the place when buried, removed or removed, unless the disturage or removal is consistent with point c), if the human remains are the remains of a person who was known at the time of death to have an infectious or contagious disease or any other disease dangerous to public health. , the operator sends a written notification to a medical doctor for the area of the health region where the cemetery or mausoleum is located, and receives this authorization. (e) maintaining or preparing human remains prior to disposal, with the exception of disinfection, conservation or restoration of human remains; (e) respect the storage and scheduling of cremated remains and royalties by an operator or funeral home when cremated remains are not used within the prescribed time frame; 3. If the right to control the disposal of human remains or cremated remains is transferred to persons of the same rank in accordance with subsection 1, the order of priority (d) respect for containers for human remains and the handling and storage of human remains before and during cremation; 14 A person may not propose a regime for the conservation or conservation of human remains for sale or sale, (2) that the recipient of human remains made available for therapeutic purposes or for medical, educational or scientific research under the Human Tissue Gift Act must proceed with the burial or cremation of these remains 43 (1) Despite Section 19 [Prohibition to remove remains] if human remains or cremated remains are buried in a bad lot in a cemetery, a mausoleum or columbarium, the operator of the cemetery, mausoleum or columbarium 8 (1) A funeral company may not provide funeral services unless the funeral director has received written permission from the person who, in accordance with Section 5 [control of the disposal of human remains or burnt remains] to control the disposition of human remains. 53 (1) When a director has issued the section 52 (1) authorization [authorization to modify the use of the incident site], the applicant must ensure that the destruction and disposal of the burned remains takes place under the terms of the authorization granted. (b) rules, practice and beliefs, respecting the disposition of human remains and cremated remains that are followed or maintained by persons of the religious faith of the deceased, and which must be used for the burial of human remains or cremated remains; b) rules, practice and beliefs, respecting the disposition of human remains and cremated remains that are followed or maintained by persons of the deceased`s religious faith ( 3) An operator