The following provisions provide for the appropriate consent in relation to an activity1 involving the body, or material from the body2, of a person who is an adult3 or has died an adult ('the person concerned')4. Where the person concerned is alive, 'appropriate consent' is his consent5. Where the person concerned has died and the activity is one involving storage for use, or use, for the purpose of public display6 or, where the subject matter of the activity is not excepted material7, anatomical examination8, 'appropriate consent' means his consent in writing9. Where the person concerned has died and the
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