Prudential Principles Notary in Making Deed Agreement Between Transplant Donor and Recipient
Keywords:Transplantation Agreement; Notary; The Precautionary Principle.
Introduction: Transplantation of organs in humans is one of the fastest-growing alternative treatments. The
use of donors from non-family members is one of the considerations. Is a notarized agreement between the
organ giver and the organ recipient necessary so that problems do not occur in the future?
Objective: This study’s objective was to analyze the principle precautionary in a notarized deed agreement
between the donor and recipient transplant.
Method Research: This research method uses a normative and empirical juridical approach with descriptiveanalytical and normative research specifications.
Conclusion: This study found that the alleged buying and selling of kidneys leaves underhand agreements’
ongoing problem. The paradigm that applies in the work of notaries is the principle of prudence in doing
notarial deeds. Prudence comes from the word prudence, which is analogically closely related to the
supervisory function management as it applies to banking. A notary caution is required to draft a transplant
notary agreement between donors and recipients so that disputes do not occur in the future.
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