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        Human Tissue (Scotland) Act 2006 (asp 4)
        Introductory Text
        Main body
        [Part 1 Transplantation etc.]
        [ General functions of the Scottish Ministers]
        [1 Duties of the Scottish Ministers as respects transplantation, donation of body parts etc.]
        [2 Assistance and support]
        [ Use of part of body of deceased person for transplantation, research etc.]
        [3 Use of part of body of deceased person for transplantation, research etc.]
        [4 Disapplication of sections 3, 6 to 11 and 16 in certain circumstances]
        [5 Consent by procurator fiscal to removal of part of body]
        [6 Authorisation: adult]
        [7 Authorisation by adult's nearest relative]
        [8 Authorisation: child 12 years of age or over]
        [9 Authorisation as respects child who dies 12 years of age or over by person with parental rights and responsibilities]
        [10 Authorisation as respects child who dies under 12 years of age]
        [11 Removal of part of body of deceased person: further requirements]
        [12 Removal of tissue sample to determine viability of transplantation]
        [13 Preservation for transplantation]
        [14 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 and 6]
        [16 Offences: removal or use of part of body of deceased person for transplantation, research etc.]
        [ Restrictions on transplants involving live donor]
        [17 Restrictions on transplants involving live donor]
        [18 Meaning of adult with incapacity for purposes of section 17(1)(c) and (2)(c)]
        [ Records, information etc.: removal and use of parts of human bodies for transplantation etc.]
        [19 Records, information etc.: removal and use of parts of human bodies for transplantation etc.]
        [ Trafficking]
        [20 Prohibition of commercial dealings in parts of a human body for transplantation]
        [ Summary proceedings for offences under section 17, 19(4) or 20(2)]
        [21 Summary proceedings for offences under section 17, 19(4) or 20(2)]
        [ Authorisation for transplantation to have priority]
        [22 Authorisation by virtue of Part 1 for transplantation to have priority]
        [Part 2 Post-mortem examinations]
        [23 Meaning of post-mortem examination for purposes of Act]
        [24 Disapplication of sections 23 and 27 to 37 as respects procurator fiscal]
        [25 Disapplication of sections 27 to 35 and 37: bodies of persons dead for at least 100 years]
        [26 Consent by procurator fiscal to post-mortem examination]
        [27 Requirements for carrying out post-mortem examination]
        [28 Removal during examination and retention of organs and other parts of a body]
        [29 Authorisation of post-mortem examination etc.: adult]
        [30 Authorisation of post-mortem examination etc. by adult's nominee or nearest relative]
        [31 Authorisation of post-mortem examination etc.: child 12 years of age or over]
        [32 Authorisation of post-mortem examination etc. as respects child 12 years of age or over by nominee or person with parental rights and parental responsibilities]
        [33 Authorisation of post-mortem examination etc. as respects child under 12 years of age]
        [34 Nomination of person under section 30(1) or 32(1): additional provision]
        [35 Post-mortem examination and removal and retention of organs: further requirements]
        [36 Organ or tissue sample removed before day on which section 27 comes into force]
        [37 Offences: post-mortem examinations]
        [Part 3 Tissue sample or organs no longer required for procurator fiscal purposes]
        [38 Tissue sample becoming part of medical records of deceased person]
        [39 Use of tissue sample which has become part of deceased's medical records]
        [40 Use of organ no longer required for procurator fiscal purposes]
        [41 Notice under section 38(2) or 40(2)(a): further provision]
        [42 Authorisation of use etc. after examination: adult]
        [43 Authorisation of use etc. after examination: adult's nearest relative]
        [44 Authorisation of use etc. after examination: child 12 years of age or over]
        [45 Authorisation of use etc. after examination: person with parental rights and parental responsibilities for child 12 years of age or over]
        [46 Authorisation of use etc. after examination: person with parental rights and responsibilities for child under 12 years of age]
        [47 Use of tissue sample removed before day on which section 38 comes into force]
        [48 Use of organ removed before day on which section 40 comes into force]
        Part 4 Parts 1 to 3: supplementary provision
        [49 Conditions attached to authorisation]
        [50 Nearest relative]
        [51 Witnesses: additional provision]
        52 Power to prescribe forms and descriptions of persons who may act as a witness
        [Part 5 Amendment of the Anatomy Act 1984]
        [53 Amendment of the Anatomy Act 1984]
        [Part 6 Miscellaneous]
        [54 Arrangements by the Scottish Ministers for assistance with functions under section 1, 2, 17(3), (4) or (5), 18, 19(2) or 20(3)]
        [55 Power to give effect to Community obligations]
        [56 Bodies corporate etc.]
        [57 Amendment of the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000]
        Part 7 General
        [58 Ancillary provision]
        59 Regulations or orders
        60 Interpretation
        [61 Repeals]
        62 Short title and commencement
        [Schedules]
        [SCHEDULE Repeals]

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