Surrogacy Rules in Light of Indian Scenario

  • Ayush Bardhan and Anubhav Chattopadhyay
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  • Ayush Bardhan

    Student at Christ University, India

  • Anubhav Chattopadhyay

    Student at Christ University, India

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The paper is centered on "Commercialization of Surrogacy in India, Current law or Bill related to surrogacy in India & History aspect of Commercialization of surrogacy in India ". In the wake of presenting the point momentarily, it explains the significance and idea of Surrogacy. From that point, the paper has advanced different meanings of Surrogacy. It likewise examinesthe three various types of surrogacies followed by a conversation of its verifiable foundation. The set of experiences has been examined in both Indian and World settings in the paper, afterwhich it refers to a conversation on the commercialization of Surrogacy in India. The paper likewise specifies about Surrogacy Super Store pervasive in India. From there on, different moral and moral issues connected with surrogacy have been talked about. Further, ittalks about the law connecting with surrogacy in India. The Legal reaction in India concerning surrogacy has likewise been talked about followed by the conversation of legitimate issues on surrogacy. The paper also focused on Assisted Reproductive Technology and Surrogacy Board regulationbill 2020, The Surrogacy Bill 2020, & outsourcing for surrogacy in India relating to other countries’ laws on surrogacy. Also, talk about the violation of the Human Rights of a woman relating to forced surrogacy and Commercial surrogacy in India with this, “Does the Right to privacy include the right to reproductive choice in Article 21 of the Indian Constitution?” Thepaper thus concludes after putting forth the concluding observation followed by some suggestions and recommendations on surrogacy.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 3256 - 3266


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