An adult1 may appoint one or more persons to represent him after his death in relation to consent2 for the purposes of the Human Tissue Act 20043. An appointment may be general or limited to consent in relation to such one or more activities as may be specified in the appointment4. Where a person appoints two or more persons in relation to the same activity, they are to be regarded as appointed to act jointly and severally unless the appointment provides that they are appointed to act jointly5. An appointment may be revoked at any time
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