§ 750 Declaration of Policy
§ 750-A Definitions
§ 750-B License Required
§ 750-C Powers of the Secretary of State
§ 750-D Rules and Regulations
§ 750-E License; Application
§ 750-F Licenses; Display; Renewal; Duplicates
§ 750-G Fees
§ 750-H Denial of License Application and Suspension and Revocation of Licenses
§ 750-I Hearing On Charges; Decision
§ 750-J Judicial Review
§ 750-K Violations and Penalties
§ 750-L Official Acts Used as Evidence
§ 750-M Dedication of Moneys Derived From Operation of Article
§ 750-N Dedication of Real Property for Pet Cemetery Purposes
§ 750-O Removal of Dedication
§ 750-P Area Requirements for Pet Cemeteries
§ 750-Q Maintenance Fees for Pet Cemeteries
§ 750-R Endowment Care or Similar Trust Funds
§ 750-S Pet Disposal Forms
§ 750-T Disposal in Compliance With Forms
§ 750-U Veterinary and Agricultural Production Exclusions
§ 750-UU Small Pet Cemetery Exclusion
§ 750-V Duties of Pet Cemetery Owners and Operators
§ 750-W Separability Clause

Terms Used In New York Laws > General Business > Article 35-C

  • Chairman: means the chairman of the dormitory authority. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 1695
  • Entombment: means the placement of a pet in a grave or tomb. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Individual burial: means the interment of a single pet's remains in a separate grave. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Individual cremation: means the cremation of a single pet's remains in a separate receptacle that allows the pet's cremains to remain separate from the cremains of other pets. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Inurnment: means the placement of pet cremains in a grave, urn or tomb. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Land used in agricultural production: means such lands as defined in subdivision four of section three hundred one of the agriculture and markets law. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Licensee: means a person as herein defined licensed to engage in the business of operating a pet cemetery or pet crematorium under this article. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Mass burial: means the interment of pet remains communally in a grave containing more than one pet. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Mass cremation: means the cremation of pets communally in a receptacle containing more than one pet. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Person: means an individual, corporation, company, partnership, municipality, not-for-profit corporation or any other entity whatsoever. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Pet: means any domestic animal that has been adapted or tamed to live in intimate association with people but is not limited to, dogs, cats, rodents, fish, birds, snakes, turtles, lizards, frogs and rabbits. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Pet cemetery: means any land, place, structure, facility or building provided by any person for a fee, whether or not for profit, to veterinarians or members of the general public for use, or reservation for use, for the permanent interment or inurnment above or below ground of pet remains. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Pet crematorium: means any land, place, structure, facility or building provided by any person for a fee, whether or not for profit, to veterinarians or members of the general public for the cremation of pets. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Pet owner: means the person who is listed as the owner of the pet in veterinary records or pet cemetery or crematorium records or his or her agent or employee. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • To engage for a fee in the business of operating a pet cemetery or pet crematorium: means and refers to a person who holds himself or herself out directly or indirectly, as being able, or who offers or undertakes, by any means or method, to dispose of pet remains by earth burial, entombment, inurnment, cremation or other means. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024
  • Veterinarian: means a person licensed to practice the profession of veterinary medicine as defined by section sixty-seven hundred one of the education law. See N.Y. Public Authorities Law 2024