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The Transplantation of Human Organ Rules 1995 FORM 1(B)

Definitions

Duties of the Medical Practitioner

Authorisation committee

Preservation of organs

Composition of Authorisation Committees

Registration of hospital

Conditions for grant of certificate of registration

FORM 1(A)

FORM 1(B)

FORM 1(C)

FORM 2

FORM 3

FORM 4

FORM 6

FORM 7

FORM 8

FORM 9

FORM 10

FORM 11

FORM 12

FORM 13

 

FORM 1(B)

[To be completed by the prospective spousal donor]

(Refer rule 3)


My full name is ……………………………………………………

and this is my photograph

 



To be affixed and attested by Notary public after it is affixed.




Photograph of the Donor

(Attested by Notary Public)




My permanent home address is

……………………………………... Tel:……………………….....................


My present home address is

…………………………………………… Tel:………………………. Date of birth ………………………… (day / month / year)


I authorize to remove for therapeutic purposes / consent to donate my ……………………. (state which organ) to my husband/wife ……………………………

Whose full name is ……………………………………………

Who was born on …………………… (day / month / year) and whose particulars are as follows:











To be affixed and attested by Notary public after it is affixed





Photograph of the Recipient

(Attested by Notary Public)




  • Ration / Consumer Card number and Date of issue & place ………………………

(Photocopy attached)

and / or

  • Voter’s I-Card number, date of issue, Assembly constituency …………………….

(Photocopy attached)

and / or

  • Passport number and country of issue …………………………………..

(Photocopy attached)

and / or

  • Driving Licence number, Date of Issue, licensing authority ………………………

(Photocopy attached)

and / or

  • PAN ………………………………………….

and / or

  • Other proof of identity and address …………………………………………..


I submit the following as evidence of being married to the recipient:-

  1. A Certified copy of a marriage certificate

or

  1. An affidavit of a “near relative” confirming the status of marriage to be sworn before Class-I Magistrate / Notary Public.

  2. Family photographs.

  3. Letter from member of Gram Panchayat / Tehsildar / Block Development Officer / MLA / MP certifying factum and status of marriage.

or

  1. Other credible evidence


I solemnly affirm and declare that: -

Section 2, 9 and 19 of The Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 have been

Explained to me and I confirm that: -

  1. I understand that nature of criminal offences referred to in the sections.

  2. No payment of money or money’s worth as referred to in the sections of the Act has been made to me or will be made to me or any other person.

  1. I am giving the consent and authorisation to remove my ……………………… (organ) of my own free will without any undue pressure, inducement, influence or allurement.

  2. I have been given a full explanation of the nature of the medical procedure involved and the risks involved for me in the removal of my ………………………… (organ). That explanation was given by …………………………..( name of registered medical practitioner).

  3. I understand the nature of that medical procedure and of the risks to me as explained by that practitioner.

  4. I understand that I may withdraw my consent to the removal of that organ at any time before the operation takes place.

  5. I state that particulars filled by me in the form are true and correct to my knowledge and noting material has been concealed by me.

 




………………………………… ……………………..

Signature of the prospective donor Date





Note To be sworn before Notary Public, who while attesting shall ensure that the person/persons swearing the affidavit(s) signs (s) on the Notary Register, as well.

  • Tick Wherever applicable.

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Posted by:  Mukesh Yadav, India  Posted on: 3/23/2009
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