A-5.02, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the application of the Funeral Operations Act

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80. More than 48 hours after death, an unembalmed body may not be presented or a viewing may not be held, except in the following cases:
(1)  within a maximum period of 30 days after death, that body, kept at a temperature of 4°C or less, and placed in an impervious container itself placed in a closed casket, may be placed, after removal from the refrigerated space, in the presence of the public for a period of not more than 3 hours;
(2)  for a maximum duration of 30 minutes before embalming or cremation and only for the purpose of identifying the body, where no physical contact with the body is possible.
1194-2018O.C. 1194-2018, s. 80.
In force: 2019-01-01
80. More than 48 hours after death, an unembalmed body may not be presented or a viewing may not be held, except in the following cases:
(1)  within a maximum period of 30 days after death, that body, kept at a temperature of 4°C or less, and placed in an impervious container itself placed in a closed casket, may be placed, after removal from the refrigerated space, in the presence of the public for a period of not more than 3 hours;
(2)  for a maximum duration of 30 minutes before embalming or cremation and only for the purpose of identifying the body, where no physical contact with the body is possible.
1194-2018O.C. 1194-2018, s. 80.