Human Tissue (Scotland) Act 2006: 2006 Asp 4
The Stationery Office, 27. märts 2006 - 55 pages
Royal assent, 16th March 2006. An Act of the Scottish Parliament to make provision in relation to activities involving human tissue. Explanatory notes have been produced to assist in the understanding of this Act and are available separately (ISBN 010591083X).
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PARTI TRANSPLANTATION ETC General functions of the Scottish Ministers 1 Duties of the Scottish Ministers as respects transplantation donation ...
Authorisation by adults nearest relative
child 12 years of age or over
Authorisation as respects child who dies 12 years of age or over by person with parental rights and responsibilities
Removal of tissue sample to determine viability of transplantation 13 Preservation for transplantation
Part of body removed before day on which section 3 comes into force 15 Existing request by adult not acted on before commencement of sections 3 ...
Restrictions on transplants involving live donor 17 Restrictions on transplants involving live donor
Meaning of adult with incapacity for purposes of section 17lc and 2c
removal and use of parts of human bodies for transplantation etc 19 Records information etc removal and use of parts of human bodies for transplan...
5—Amendment accordance with subsection acting under undue activity in question adult a signatory adult by virtue adult with incapacity adult's body adult's death anatomical examination Anatomy Act 1984 authorisation bears authorisation by virtue Authorisation of post-mortem authorise removal authorised in accordance authorised under section blind or unable body for transplantation certification in writing child by virtue child who died child's death comes into force deceased adult deceased child deceased person died 12 expressed verbally force immediately giving the authorisation Human Tissue Scotland licence matters referred nearest relative organ transplant paragraph parental responsibilities parental rights post-mortem examination procurator fiscal purposes public display purpose in question purpose referred requested the signatory respects the deceased responsibilities in relation rights and parental Scottish Ministers Scottish Parliament section 27 section 3(1 sheriff principal signatory on behalf specified statutory instrument subject to subsection subsection 2)(a)(ii subsection 2)(b virtue of section virtue of subsection withdrawn in writing writing signed