valid consent

valid consent

A term of art defined in the context of the UK’s Human Tissue Act 2004 for consent to remove, use or store tissue from a person, which has been given voluntarily by an appropriately informed person, who has the capacity to agree to the activity in question.
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The Company will, promptly after the Expiration Date of either consent solicitation and the satisfaction or waiver of all conditions to such consent solicitation, pay to each holder of Notes who has delivered (and not revoked) a valid consent in favor of the Amendments a cash payment (the "Consent Fee") of $1.
Club owner Geoff Brown said yesterday he has applied for a certificate of lawfulness to prove the pitch does have valid consent.
This is only a necessary condition because it is an analysis of consent rather than valid consent or morally transformative consent.
New York City time, on September 4, 2014 (each such holder, a "Holder"), who delivered a valid Consent in respect of such Notes prior to the Expiration Time (and did not properly revoke such consent prior to the Expiration Time), $2.
Forced marriage is marriage without valid consent of one or both parties where duress is a factor.
Forced marriage is a marriage without valid consent of one or both parties, under pressure - this can include emotional pressure as well as assault or abduction.
The guidelines specify that only women themselves can give ethically valid consent to be sterilised, not family members (whether husbands or parents), legal guardians, medical practitioners, or public officials.
When a child refuses to cooperate with the induction of anesthesia, it is important to consider the autonomous capacity of the child, the presence of a legally valid consent from a suitable guardian, the urgency with which the surgery needs to proceed and the practical implications of proceeding without the child's cooperation.
It remains unclear how acceptable and valid consent can be obtained from potential recipients, given the uncertainties about the risks and benefits that accompany the highly experimental character of the procedure.
People who have already registered their intent to donate will be required to sign a consent form to ensure their intent becomes a legally valid consent.
the high proportion of medical patients who are treated without being able to give valid consent," the investigators conclude.
The principle of valid consent is an important one that must be upheld.