R-0.2, r. 7 - Tariff of costs for the transportation, keeping and preservation of dead bodies

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2. A morgue designated under section 32 of the Act receives $44 for the keeping or preservation of a dead body for less than 24 hours. If the body is kept or preserved for 24 hours or more, the morgue receives $44 per period of 24 hours, including any incomplete 24-hour period.
The morgue receives $44 for each visit by the coroner or a person authorized under section 65, 66 or 68 of the Act during the time the dead body is kept or preserved.
O.C. 136-2015, s. 2.
2. A morgue designated under section 32 of the Act receives $43.50 for the keeping or preservation of a dead body for less than 24 hours. If the body is kept or preserved for 24 hours or more, the morgue receives $43.50 per period of 24 hours, including any incomplete 24-hour period.
The morgue receives $43.50 for each visit by the coroner or a person authorized under section 65, 66 or 68 of the Act during the time the dead body is kept or preserved.
O.C. 136-2015, s. 2.
2. A morgue designated under section 32 of the Act receives $42.75 for the keeping or preservation of a dead body for less than 24 hours. If the body is kept or preserved for 24 hours or more, the morgue receives $42.75 per period of 24 hours, including any incomplete 24-hour period.
The morgue receives $42.75 for each visit by the coroner or a person authorized under section 65, 66 or 68 of the Act during the time the dead body is kept or preserved.
O.C. 136-2015, s. 2.
2. A morgue designated under section 32 of the Act receives $42 for the keeping or preservation of a dead body for less than 24 hours. If the body is kept or preserved for 24 hours or more, the morgue receives $42 per period of 24 hours, including any incomplete 24-hour period.
The morgue receives $42 for each visit by the coroner or a person authorized under section 65, 66 or 68 of the Act during the time the dead body is kept or preserved.
O.C. 136-2015, s. 2.
2. A morgue designated under section 32 of the Act receives $41.75 for the keeping or preservation of a dead body for less than 24 hours. If the body is kept or preserved for 24 hours or more, the morgue receives $41.75 per period of 24 hours, including any incomplete 24-hour period.
The morgue receives $41.75 for each visit by the coroner or a person authorized under section 65, 66 or 68 of the Act during the time the dead body is kept or preserved.
O.C. 136-2015, s. 2.
2. A morgue designated under section 32 of the Act receives $41 for the keeping or preservation of a dead body for less than 24 hours. If the body is kept or preserved for 24 hours or more, the morgue receives $41.50 per period of 24 hours, including any incomplete 24-hour period.
The morgue receives $41.50 for each visit by the coroner or a person authorized under section 65, 66 or 68 of the Act during the time the dead body is kept or preserved.
O.C. 136-2015, s. 2.
2. A morgue designated under section 32 of the Act receives $41 for the keeping or preservation of a dead body for less than 24 hours. If the body is kept or preserved for 24 hours or more, the morgue receives $41 per period of 24 hours, including any incomplete 24-hour period.
The morgue receives $41 for each visit by the coroner or a person authorized under section 65, 66 or 68 of the Act during the time the dead body is kept or preserved.
O.C. 136-2015, s. 2.