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Virginia Administrative Code
6/15/2024

Part VII. Supplies and Services

18VAC65-30-200. Supplies and services.

A. If the contract seller will not be responsible for furnishing the supplies and services to the contract buyer, the contract seller shall attach to the preneed funeral contract a copy of the contract seller's agreement with the contract provider.

B. If any funeral supplies are sold and delivered to the contract provider prior to the death of the contract beneficiary, the risk of loss or damage shall be upon the contract provider during such period of storage.

C. If the particular supplies and services specified in the contract are unavailable at the time of delivery, the contract provider shall be required to furnish supplies and services similar in style and at least equal in quality of material and workmanship. The representative of the deceased shall have the right to choose the supplies or services to be substituted.

Statutory Authority

§§ 54.1-2400, 54.1-2803 and 54.1-2820 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR320-01-3 § 8.1, eff. March 1, 1991; amended, Virginia Register Volume 9, Issue 22, eff. August 25, 1993; Volume 11, Issue 14, eff. May 3, 1995; Volume 15, Issue 7, eff. January 20, 1999.

18VAC65-30-210. (Repealed.)

Historical Notes

Derived from VR320-01-3 § 9.1, eff. March 1, 1991; amended, Virginia Register Volume 9, Issue 22, eff. August 25, 1993; Volume 11, Issue 14, eff. May 3, 1995; repealed, Virginia Register Volume 15, Issue 7, eff. January 20, 1999.

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