§441-14  Dedication to cemetery purposes does not violate laws against perpetuities.  Dedication to cemetery purposes pursuant to this chapter is not invalid as violating any laws against perpetuities or the suspension of the power of alienation of title to or use of property, but is expressly permitted and deemed to be in respect for the dead, a provision for the interment of human remains, and a duty to and for the benefit of the general public. [L 1967, c 199, pt of §1; HRS §441-14]


Cross References


  Uniform statutory rule against perpetuities, see chapter 525.


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