Part 1 Removal, storage and use of human organs and other tissue for scheduled purposes
1.Authorisation of activities for scheduled purposes
2.“Appropriate consent”: children
3.“Appropriate consent”: adults
5.Prohibition of activities without consent etc.
6.Activities involving material from adults who lack capacity to consent
7.Powers to dispense with need for consent
8.Restriction of activities in relation to donated material
10.Existing anatomical specimens
12.Interpretation of Part 1
Part 2 Regulation of activities involving human tissue
The Human Tissue Authority
13.The Human Tissue Authority
17.Persons to whom licence applies
18.Duty of the designated individual
19.Right to reconsideration of licensing decisions
21.Procedure on reconsideration
22.Appeal on point of law
23.Conduct of licensed activities
24.Changes of licence circumstance
25.Breach of licence requirement
Codes of practice
26.Preparation of codes
27.Provision with respect to consent
28.Effect of codes
29.Approval of codes
30.Possession of anatomical specimens away from licensed premises
31.Possession of former anatomical specimens away from licensed premises
32.Prohibition of commercial dealings in human material for transplantation
33.Restriction on transplants involving a live donor
34.Information about transplant operations
35.Agency arrangements and provision of services
38.Duties in relation to carrying out functions
39.Criminal justice purposes
41.Interpretation of Part 2
Part 3 Miscellaneous and general
42.Power of Human Tissue Authority to assist other public authorities
43.Preservation for transplantation
45.Non-consensual analysis of DNA
46.Power to give effect to Community obligations
47.Power to de-accession human remains
48.Powers of inspection, entry, search and seizure
49.Offences by bodies corporate
51.Offences: Northern Ireland
52.Orders and regulations
57.Repeals and revocations
Part 1 Purposes requiring consent: general
2.Determining the cause of death.
3.Establishing after a person’s death the efficacy of any drug...
4.Obtaining scientific or medical information about a living or deceased...
6.Research in connection with disorders, or the functioning, of the...
Part 2 Purposes requiring consent: deceased persons
9.Education or training relating to human health.
11.Public health monitoring.
The human tissue authority
3.(1) A person is disqualified for being appointed as chairman...
4.Tenure of office
5.(1) The terms of appointment of the chairman and other...
6.Previous service as chairman or other member of the Authority...
7.A person holding office as chairman or other member of...
8.A person holding office as chairman or other member of...
9.A person may be removed from office as chairman or...
10.Remuneration and pensions of members
13.The validity of any proceedings of the Authority shall not...
16.Accounts and audit
18.A document purporting— (a) to be duly executed under the...
21.The Authority may delegate any of its functions (to such...
22.Application of Statutory Instruments Act 1946
24.Investigation by Parliamentary Commissioner
25.House of Commons Disqualification
26.Northern Ireland Assembly Disqualification
27.Freedom of information
Licences for the purposes of section 16
1.Power to grant licence
2.Characteristics of licence
3.(1) This paragraph applies to a licence authorising the storage...
4.(1) This paragraph applies to a licence authorising the activity...
5.Power to impose conditions
6.Pre-conditions to grant of licence
7.Power to revoke licence
8.Power to vary licence
9.Power to suspend licence
10.Procedure in relation to licensing decisions
11.Notification of licensing decisions
12.Permission for the purposes of the licence condition required by paragraph 3(2)
13.Applications under this Schedule
Section 45: supplementary
Part 1 Qualifying consent
3.Application to Scotland
Part 2 Use for an excepted purpose
5.Purposes of general application
6.Purpose of research in connection with disorders, or functioning, of the human body
7.Purposes relating to existing holdings
8.Purposes relating to material from body of a living person
9.(1) Use of the results of an analysis of DNA...
10.Use of the results of an analysis of DNA for...
11.Purpose authorised under section 1
12.Purposes relating to DNA of adults who lack capacity to consent
13.Power to amend paragraphs 5, 7 and 8
Powers of inspection, entry, search and seizure
1.Inspection of statutory records
2.Entry and inspection of licensed premises
3.Entry and search in connection with suspected offence
4.Execution of warrants
5.Seizure in the course of inspection or search
7.(1) A person’s right to exercise a power under this...
1.Wills Act 1837 (c. 26)
2.Anatomy Act 1984 (c. 14)
3.Coroners Act 1988 (c. 13)
4.Human Organ Transplants Act 1989 (c. 31)
5.Criminal Justice and Police Act 2001 (c. 16)
6.Enterprise Act 2002 (c. 40)
7.Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants, etc.) Act 2004
Repeals and revocations
Part 1 Repeals
Part 2 Revocations