Delhi High Court has held that the in kidney transplant cases the donor need not be a close relative of the donee

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In the case of Parveen Begum and Anr. vs. Appellate Authority And Anr., the Delhi High Court has held that a donor, who is not a near relative of the recipient may by reason of  “affection, or attachment towards the recipient or for any other special reasons” authorize the removal of his human organ or tissue or both for transplantation in a recipient for therapeutic reasons.  In such circumstances prior approval, before removal and transplantation, would be required of the Authorization Committee. An approval of the Authorization Committee is necessary and required to be obtained only in such cases, where the donor and recipient are not near relatives or in cases where the donor or the recipient, being near relatives, is a foreign national

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