(225 ILCS 411/35-10)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2021)
(a) The record required under this Section shall be open to public inspection consistent with State and federal law. The cemetery authority shall make available, consistent with State and federal law, a true copy of the record upon written request and payment of reasonable copy costs. At the time of the interment, entombment, or inurnment, the cemetery authority shall provide the record of the deceased's name and date of burial to the person who would have authority to dispose of the decedent's remains under the Disposition of Remains Act.
(b) Consumers have the right to purchase merchandise or services directly from the cemetery authority when available or through a third-party vendor of the consumer's choice without incurring a penalty or additional charge by the cemetery authority; provided, however, that consumers do not have the right to purchase types of merchandise that would violate applicable law or the cemetery authority's rules and regulations.
(c) Consumers have the right to complain to the cemetery authority or to the Department regarding cemetery-related products and services as well as issues with customer service, maintenance, or other cemetery activities. Complaints may be brought by a consumer or the consumer's agent
appointed for that purpose.
(Source: P.A. 96-863, eff. 3-1-10.)