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The Anatomy (Scotland) Regulations 2006

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Part A:Information in relation to all bodies

1.  Full name of the deceased person.

2.  Sex of the deceased person.

3.  Date of death of the deceased person.

4.  The place of death where the deceased died in Scotland or the place of death is included in the registration or recording (or the equivalent) under the law concerning such matters applicable in the country or territory where the person died.

5.  Age of the deceased person at death.

6.  Cause of death of the deceased person.

7.  The date, time and place at which the body was received by the section 3(2) or section 5(5) licence holder.

8.  Where a section 3(2) licence holder gives permission under section 3(4)(b) of the Act, or a section 5(5) licence holder gives permission under section 5(5)(b) of the Act, to a person to have possession of the body–

(a)the date and time on which the body became held in the possession of that person;

(b)the name of that person and address at which the body is held in possession by that person; and

(c)the date and time on which the body was returned to the possession of the section 3(2) or, as the case may be, section 5(5) licence holder.

9.  Particulars of any wishes expressed by the deceased person or the surviving spouse, civil partner or any surviving relative of the deceased person in relation to the disposal of the body.

10.  The date, method and place of disposal of the body.

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