1Lots and Graves
Every lot or grave is subject to the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and to these Rules and Regulations, which may be amended or changed from time to time. Lots and graves may be used for no other purpose than as a piece of burial for human remains.
2Names and Addresses
The name and address of each lot or grave owner must be recorded in the offices of the Company, and such record shall be controlling. The Company must be notified of any change of residence. In the event of decease notice thereof must be given, together with a certified copy of any will designating a bequest of the lot to a specific legatee. No lot or grave may be sold or transferred without the prior consent of the Company. The deed shall be the sole evidence of the ownership.
The roads in the Cemetery may not be used as a public thoroughfare and no driving is allowed except on the main roads. No advertising or solicitation is permitted on the grounds of the Cemetery. No parties, games, or picnics or eating on the premises is permitted. Dogs and hunting are not allowed. The gathering of flowers or plants, either wild or cultivated, and breaking of trees or shrubs is prohibited.
Except in the case of military funerals and Memorial Day Exercises, firearms may not be brought into the Cemetery and bands of music are not permitted. Loitering within the grounds is forbidden.
The Company reserves the right to change the boundaries, roads, walks and grading of the Cemeteries or Sections thereof, and to change pipelines, gutters, lakes, curbs, ponds and wells and other facilities; and retains a perpetual right of ingress and egress over lots for the purpose of passage to and from other lots.
The Company will establish, from time to time, a schedule of charges for services it may render. Such charges are payable in advance, and if not paid, they will constitute a lien against the lots or graves involved. No interment will be permitted until payment has been made and the lien satisfied.