A Bill for an Act of the Scottish Parliament to amend the law on the removal of parts of the human body for transplantation by providing for decisions to be made on behalf of a deceased adult by a proxy and by authorising removal and use in certain cases where the deceased adult has not recorded an objection.
This Member's Bill was introduced by Anne McTaggart MSP on 1 June 2015.
- Visit the Scottish Parliament website to view the Bill
- The Law Society of Scotland's written evidence (October 2015)
- Watch Alison Britton give oral evidence to the Health and Sport Committee (1 December 2016)(Session starts 58mins50s)
- The Law Society's Stage 1 Briefing (February 2016)