Although there are some legal guidelines to prevent the unauthorized human organ transplantation, proper documentation is a safeguard against any legal harassment later.

As per the rule laid out by the government of India, the donor for the Kidney or Liver transplant will have to be arranged by you from your own country. provides below the details of the Kidney/ Liver Transplant Regulation

For kidney transplantation, a patient needs to have a blood group compatible or incompatible kidney/ Liver donor from the family (the donor age has to be between 18 to 65 yrs) as required by the human transplant act of our country.
The donor and recipient will have to undergo detailed tests, which could take almost 7 days (depending on what is found on investigations), prior to transplantation.
Transplantation can be performed only after the authorization ethic committee approves the donor.
Embassy in India will certify all the proofs of certificates and documents of relationship between the donor and the recipient.
The Transplantation of Human Organs Act, India's primary organ donation and transplantation legislation, was passed in 1994 and is aimed at regulating the removal, storage, and transplantation of human organs for therapeutic purposes, as well as the prevention of commercial dealings in human organs.
The Authorization Committee (AC) oversees live donor transplantation by assessing each case to guarantee that the living donor is not exploited for monetary gain and to prevent commercial transactions in transplantation.
Living donors are categorized as either a close relative or a stranger.
(i)   To donate an organ, a close relative (spouse, children, grandkids, siblings, parents, and grandparents) must obtain approval from the transplant center's doctor.
(ii)   To donate his organs, a non-related. donor must obtain approval from a state-established Authorization Committee.
When a near-family living donor is medically incompatible with the receiver, the pair may undergo a swap transplant with another unrelated matched donor/recipient combination with the approval of the ethics committee.