A. A registered cemeterian or cemetery permit holder shall:
(1) Maintain cemetery grounds and structures in a reasonable condition;
(2) Keep accurate records of all sales and interments, including a map or plat which identifies the section name, lot number, and site number of each burial space in the cemetery or mausoleum or both;
(3) Establish and maintain a record with the dates, locations, facts, and any permit required under Health-General Article, §4-215(e), Annotated Code of Maryland, relative to the relocation of human remains, including cremated human remains, from an existing burial space to another burial space;
(4) Provide to a consumer, orally and in writing, at the time of entering into a contract for a memorial, a statement of the cemetery's policy on the use of independent monument companies;
(5) Provide to a consumer, within 1 business day, a response to an authorization request for the installation or servicing of a foundation or burial goods;
(6) Provide to a consumer, upon request, within 1 business day, information about the rules and regulations for a section and area of the cemetery, including the specifications, standards, and requirements, and any fees for the installation and type of memorial;
(7) Provide, upon request, to a consumer, within 1 business day, information regarding the exact location of a burial space for the purpose of installing or servicing a memorial;
(8) Have the same specifications, standards, and requirements for the installation of memorials in the registrant's or permit holder's cemetery regardless of who sold the memorial; and
(9) Disclose to a consumer, orally and in writing, at the time of entering into a contract, the number of interments that may be placed in each burial space and their disposition within a burial space.
(10) Disclose to the owner of the burial space, in writing, if damage has occurred to the integrity of a casket, liner, vault, crypt, mausoleum space, or columbarium space within 10 days of discovery of the damage;
(11) If the damage which has occurred to the integrity of a casket, liner, vault, crypt, mausoleum space, or columbarium space, was caused by the actions of the cemetery, offer to repair or to supply to the owner of the burial space a reasonable and comparable alternative burial space, casket, liner, vault, crypt, mausoleum space, or columbarium space; and
(12) Maintain in the cemetery's office, for inspection by consumers, a current and complete listing of the rules and requirements of the cemetery including those related to memorialization, interment, memorial services, burial space embellishments, and hours of operation.
B. A registered cemeterian or cemetery permit holder may not:
(1) State or imply that the State requires a consumer to come to a cemetery before an interment is performed;
(2) Charge extra fees for the storage of a casket, or the opening and closing of a burial space after hours, due to a delay in burial attributable to a breakdown of equipment or to the registrant's or permit holder's actions;
(3) Charge a fee for disclosing any information which is needed to install or service a memorial;
(4) Establish any policy or rule which unreasonably impedes, prohibits, or restricts anyone from viewing the lowering of a casket or participating in a funeral service at a burial space;
(5) Knowingly or intentionally open a burial space other than that which the lot owner, next-of-kin, family, or their agent or personal representative owns or purchased for right of burial;
(6) Knowingly or intentionally resell a burial space which has already been sold for future use or in which an interment exists;
(7) Charge any fees relating to the installation or servicing of burial goods purchased from a registered cemetarian, registered seller, or permit holder, other than the registered cemeterian or permit holder, unless the fee is reasonable and is based on actual labor and other appropriate costs; and.
(8) Charge a fee for any memorial care other than perpetual memorial care.