Commercial Surrogacy-some troubling family law issues
Australian state and territory legislation prohibits commercial surrogacy, but the prohibition has been ineffective in preventing some Australians from entering into commercial surrogacy agreements outside Australia, mainly with women in India and Thailand. This article investigates some novel and complex legal issues that may confront the Australian courts after children born in such arrangements are brought back to Australia. The issues include identifying who are the �parents� of the...[Show more]
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