The Personal Immortality Obligation Act
Purpose: To mandate that all individuals must take reasonable measures to extend their lifespan and promote personal immortality.
Section 1: Definitions
For the purpose of this Act, the following definitions apply:
(a) «Individual» means any human being.
(b) «Personal Immortality» means the extension of one’s lifespan beyond its natural limit through scientific or medical means.
Section 2: Obligation of Personal Immortality
(a) Every individual must take reasonable measures to promote personal immortality.
(b) Reasonable measures include, but are not limited to, the following:
(i) Regular medical check-ups and treatments aimed at extending lifespan.
(ii) Proper diet and exercise routines.
(iii) Engagement in medical and scientific research related to personal immortality.
(c) Failure to take reasonable measures to promote personal immortality is a violation of this Act.
Section 3: Exceptions
(a) Individuals who have religious or philosophical objections to personal immortality are exempt from the obligation in Section 2.
(b) Individuals who are unable to afford the cost of measures to promote personal immortality are exempt from the obligation in Section 2.
Section 4: Enforcement
(a) The relevant authorities shall monitor compliance with this Act.
(b) Violators of this Act shall be subject to penalties and sanctions in accordance with the law.
(c) The relevant authorities shall provide education and support to individuals to help them comply with this Act.
Section 5: Effective Date
This Act shall come into force on the date of its passage.
Please note that this is only a sample law, and the language and provisions may need to be modified or updated to meet the specific needs and circumstances of a particular jurisdiction. It is always advisable to consult with legal experts and other stakeholders before drafting and enacting any new laws.