The Lots in the Catholic Cemetery are not sold in the sense that the title to the soil passes to the purchaser. The exclusive right to bury in them is alone granted, and that on the following conditions:
- No one shall be buried in the cemetery except in accordance with the laws and customs of the Catholic Church.
- All rules respecting the digging of graves, burial fees, tombstones, etc., which may be made shall be complied with.
- No lots purchased in cemetery are transferable by sale or otherwise without the consent of the priest in charge. This consent, however, is not to be withheld except for reasonable considerations.
- The Bishop shall always have the preferred right to re-purchase the burial privilege granted.
As used in these regulations, “Lot” means eight (8) or more grave spaces. The term, “Superintendent,” means the person in active control of Cemetery operations, and the Cemetery where authority is implied means the Priest who is Secretary-Treasurer.