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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52943
Doc. No:TL22897
Call number:‭MR59410‬
Main Entry:Nisha Menon
Title & Author:Regulating reproduction---evaluating the Canadian law on surrogacy and surrogate motherhoodNisha Menon
College:University of Toronto (Canada)
Date:2009
Degree:LL.M.
student score:2009
Page No:174
Abstract:Certain provisions of the Assisted Human Reproduction Act 2004 appear to have been enacted as a legislative response to the objections to surrogacy noted by the Royal Commission on New Reproductive Technologies in 1993. However, the legislation may not be successful in tackling concerns generated by recent developments in assisted reproductive technologies. This thesis identifies the shortcomings of the AHRA provisions that impact its ability to effectively regulate the surrogate act in Canada. The discussion suggests shifting the existing regulatory framework away from the imposition of legislative prohibitions on commercial surrogacy and towards a model that is more effective in dealing with the current reality of the surrogate arrangement. Upon consideration of regulatory regimes in Israel and the United Kingdom, a framework for surrogacy is suggested that balances the reproductive rights of the individuals who participate in such an arrangement, while minimizing the potentially exploitative aspects of the surrogate act.
Subject:Social sciences; Law; 0398:Law
Added Entry:University of Toronto (Canada)