Category: Surrogacy Laws
Surrogacy Contracts, India
|Posted by: Thomas on September 17th, 2012||no responses.|
A reputed infertility expert from India sheds light on the legal paperwork required before and after availing surrogacy services in India. Surrogacy Clinics can offer assistance regarding all aspects of surrogacy in India.
As per Indian law, traditional surrogacy is forbidden. However, gestational surrogacy is fulfilling the dreams of many childless couples, single people and gay couples in India.
Following is the video narration:
“Will the surrogacy contract be under Indian law or my country’s law?
“This contract is notarized by, under the purview of the India law, and it’s relevant to India.
All the legal paperwork that you will have to do once you reach back home can be done according to own country’s laws, with guidance from your own lawyers in your own country.”
Commercial surrogacy in India is legal and it is easy to find surrogate mothers over here. High quality surrogacy centers and low cost of surrogacy in India is bringing in a lot of international patients over here. However, the low cost does not mean that you have to compromise on quality.
The general health of the surrogate and her background are thoroughly checked before hiring her. According to the Indian law, It is essential for the child to be biologically related to either of the parents. Moreover the intended parents must precisely be sure about the surrogacy law in their country, to avoid any exigencies arising later.
You may avail high-quality surrogacy services in Surrogacy Clinics’ network clinic in Mumbai.
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Surrogacy Contract India, Doctor Speaks
|Posted by: Deepak on September 17th, 2012||no responses.|
A well-known fertility expert from India clarifies whether there will be a contract between the fertility clinic and the patient. If you are planning to visit India for surrogacy, it would do you good to know about the legal requirements of the procedure.
The pre-surrogacy procedures include assessing the risks and needs, counseling to the intended parents and the surrogates; and reviewing or drafting of the surgery contracts. According to the 228th report submitted by the Law Commission of India, Surrogacy arrangement continues to be governed by a contract between the parties. It contains all the terms requiring consent of surrogate mother to bear the child, agreement of her husband and other family members for the same, medical procedures of artificial insemination, reimbursement of all reasonable expenses for carrying child to full term, willingness to hand over the child born to the commissioning parent(s), etc.
The post delivery procedure includes framing country specific strategy on how to take your new born surrogate baby abroad with the appropriate legal travel documents. We also advise you on how to get an order from the Indian Courts helping you to take your child with you to your homeland.
Following is the video narration:
“Will there be a contract between the fertility clinic and me? No.
“The surrogacy contract is between the intended parents or genetic parents, and the surrogate with the facilitating agency, being the nodal agency that helps sign the contracts.”
Surrogacy Clinic facilitates surrogacy services in Mumbai.
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Catholics Seeking Surrogacy in India
|Posted by: Roberts on September 7th, 2012||no responses.|
This video shows a renowned doctor talking about the procedure for Catholics seeking surrogacy in India.
Following is the video narration.
“Germany, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Italy – all these are basically catholic countries and the church influences the state and in all these catholic countries, surrogacy is deemed illegal. Any child born out of surrogacy, the respective local consulates don’t give exit passports or travel passport papers and this was the problem.
Now with the ICMR guidelines when a patient comes from any of these catholic countries, we ask them to sign an undertaking that says they have talked to their respective consulates and have made provision for taking their own babies back. The responsibility for taking the babies back rests with them and the consulate. So once they sign such an affidavit, only then we take in couples from such countries where surrogacy is deemed illegal.”
The surgeon explains that in countries where Catholic Church beliefs influence the state and consider surrogacy illegal, many childless couples look for surrogacy abroad. In such scenarios, ICMR guidelines in India meet the need of the couples. It requires the couple to sign a contract stating that they have fulfilled all legal provisions to take their baby back home. It is solely the couple’s and their consulate’s responsibility.
India offers an affordable cost of surrogacy and there clinics are well equipped with the latest technology. Maintaining the anonymity of the couple undergoing the procedure is kept at high priority and it is also made sure that the couple is kept updated with the surrogate mother’s pregnancy progress.
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