820. Care of human remains in specified museums and galleries.

The specified bodies1 may transfer from their collection any human remains which they reasonably believe to be remains of a person who died less than 1000 years before 3 October 20052 if it appears to them to be appropriate to do so for any reason, whether or not relating to their other functions3. If, in relation to any human remains in their collection, it appears to such a body that the human remains are mixed or bound up with something other than human remains