5TH QTR Mr. Bridgewater- Law quiz #6

5TH QTR Mr. Bridgewater- Law quiz #6

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zoning ordinance a law passed by a municipality by virtue of the police power which regulated and prescribes the kind of building residences or businesses that shall be built and used in different parts of the municipality
building codes laws, ordinances and governmental regulations setting forth requirements for construction maintenance operation occupancy use or appearance of buildings
parking usually based on X number of parking spaces per square foot and X number of handicap parking spaces per total # of parking spaces
plumbing water pressure needs to be checked if hydro-aspirator is to be used. if inadequate pressure, electric aspirator must be used
restrictive covenants provision in a deed limiting the use of property and prohibiting certain uses
nuisance a landowners use of property which interferes with the public or another landowners use of his property
nuisance per se act occupations or structures which are nuisances at all time and under all circumstances, it may be prejudicial to public morals, dangerous to life, or injurious to public rights
nuisance in fact acts, occupations, or structures which are not nuisance per se but may become nuisances by reason of the location or manner in which it is operated
administrative laws or regulations impacting the funeral establishmentfederal standards all businesses must comply unless exempt/grandfathered
occupational safety and health act/ OSHA a governmental agency with the responsibility for regulation and enforcement of safety and health matters for most employees
environmental protection agency/ EPA a governmental agency with environmental protection regulatory and enforcement authority
americans with disabilities act/ ADA a federal statute prohibiting discrimination against the disabled in employment, public transportation, telecommunications services and public accomodations and services operated by private entities
music licensing and other copyright trademark and patent infringements
state standards health codes fire and safety standardsfixed locationadequate licensed personnelaccess to rolling stockadequate facilities for conducting funeralsadequate number and selection of casketsadequately equipped prep room
preparation room that portion or location in a funeral establishment specifically designed and equipped for embalming and otherwise preparing dead human bodies
standards for adequate prep room sufficient sizesecluded from public-should have locked doorwalls, celiing, and floor non porous and easy to cleanproperly ventilated window with an exhaust fansewer and disposal facilitieshot and cold running wateroperating table
more standards for adequate prep room sufficient instruments and chemicalsmeet sanitary codes of state and municipality
funeral establishments in combination operations crematory cemeteryflower shopreception facilityindividual state or local regulation may apply
bailment a delivery of personal property on one person (the bailor) to another (the bailee) who holds the property for a certain purpose under an express or implied in fact contract
bailor a person who delivers personal property to another as a bailment
bailee a person who receives personal property from another as a bailment
custodian status associated with funeral service practitioner or funeral establishment who becomes legal protector of dead human body from time of removal until final disposition
types of bailment for the sole benefit of the bailor (take care of something for someone
types of bailment for the sole benefit of the bailee (borrowing someone elses property and the owner receives no compensation or benefit)
types of bailment mutual benefit (the bailee renders a service and may receive a benefit)

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