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Surrogacy and legal parentage: let intentionality prevail: Part 2

Date:29 MAY 2019

In the first part of this article, it was established that surrogacy law in England and Wales is in need of reform in a number of areas. Arguably, the most fundamental flaw of the current law is the fact that unlike its counterpart in Californian law, English law fails to allow the intentions of the intended parents and surrogates to shape the course of their surrogacy journey. A question then remains to be asked for the second part of this series - if intentionality is important to the functioning of surrogacy law, how can English law be reformed in order to allow intentionality to prevail?  

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