Read Thailand’s Proposed Surrogacy Laws

by admin on September 1, 2014

The recent Thailand surrogacy scandals have sparked an international discussion on surrogacy laws and regulations.

Currently, the Thai Parliament is reviewing a Thailand draft surrogacy act. The draft legislation, known as the Protection of Children Born as a Result of Assisted Reproductive Technologies Bill, was actually first drafted in 2004. It was approved by the Cabinet in 2010, but never became law.

The English translation of the proposed Thailand draft surrogacy act currently being reviewed is available at Thai Law Forum.

 

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