Surrogacy means substitute and here it implies surrogate motherhood. Surrogate motherhood means the practice in which a woman bears a child for a couple who is unable to produce a child in a usual way. According to Black’s Law dictionary … Continue reading Surrogacy Laws – Are They Enough To Stop Commercialization thereof?
This article has been written by Miracline Paul Susi. Miracline Paul Susi.T is a 4th-year law student at School of Law, SASTRA University. Surrogacy is a practice by which surrogate mother becomes pregnant and gives birth to a baby in order … Continue reading Legal backing to rent a womb in India
This article is written by Yuvina Goyal. Yuvina is a third-year student from NUJS, Kolkata. In the midst of buckets of multifarious and multidimensional challenges against the Draft Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016, the effect of the same on one … Continue reading Diorama of SURROGATES: Surrogacy Draft Bill is a Legislative Disservice
Warnock Committee Report (1984) defines “Surrogacy is the practice whereby one woman carries a child for another with the intention that the child should be handed over after birth”. There are two different types of surrogacy; Gestational surrogacy, and Traditional … Continue reading Surrogacy (Regulation Bill), 2016 – Issues around