20. Post mortem examination not prohibited
Nothing in this Act shall be construed to extend to or prohibit ¾
(a) any post mortem examination of any human body required or directed to be made by any competent legal authority;
(b) any post mortem examination of any human body made by a medical practitioner for the purpose of ascertaining by actual inspection the cause or extent of disease; or
(c) the removal of any tissue from a human body for grafting within the meaning of the Tissue Grafting and Processing Act 1956 2 as amended from time to time.
[Section 20 inserted by No. 7 of 1971 s. 2.]