Privileges and Responsibilities in Surrogacy Law of India

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    LLM student at Guru Nanak Dev University, Regional Campus Jalandhar, India

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With the passage of the time life style of an individual has changed drastically. This life style had a great impact on the health of the individual which led to the many issues related to the health; infertility is one of those problems that is increasing with time among the individual. For the couples who are facing the issue of Infertility, Surrogacy came as boon for them. It is the advancement in the technology that has surprised us that now a Child can be made outside the Human Body in the Labs. Technologies always come with the Legislative Backing as without proper law technology leads to the exploitation. India on 25 January, 2022 has passed two laws related to regulation of the Surrogacy Procedure i.e., Surrogacy (Regulation) Act, 2021 and Assisted Reproductive (Regulation) Act, 2021. Now, it can be proudly said that this process is not orphan any more. In the Surrogacy Procedure there are three main parties i.e. Intended Parents and Surrogate Mother that carry out the procedure of Surrogacy. Rights and Duties of these three parties are not expressly laid down in the Act instead one has to find the intention of the Legislature while interpreting the provisions and need to find their own privileges and responsibilities to perform.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 3, Page 2094 - 2104


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