International Surrogacy Arrangements: Legal Regulation at the International LevelHardback Studies in Private International Law
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- Publisher: Hart Publishing
- Format: Hardback | 588 pages
- Dimensions: 160mm x 236mm x 40mm | 960g
- Publication date: 17 May 2013
- Publication City/Country: Oxford
- ISBN 10: 1849462801
- ISBN 13: 9781849462808
- Edition statement: New.
- Sales rank: 449,907
This book addresses the pressing challenges presented by the proliferation of international surrogacy arrangements. The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 contains National Reports on domestic approaches to surrogacy from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States and Venezuela. The reports are written by domestic specialists, each demonstrating the difficult and urgent problems arising in many States as a result of international surrogacy arrangements. These National Reports not only provide the backdrop to the authors' proposed model regulation appearing in Part 3, but serve as a key resource for scrutinising the most worrying incompatibilities in national laws on surrogacy. Part 2 of the book contains two contributions that provide international perspectives on cross-border surrogacy such as the 'human rights' perspective. Part 3 contains a General Report, which consists of an analysis of the National Reports appearing in Part 1, together with a proposed model of regulation of international surrogacy arrangements at the international level written by the two co-editors, Paul Beaumont and Katarina Trimmings. The research undertaken by Katarina Trimmings and Paul Beaumont from 2010 to 2012 was funded by the Nuffield Foundation.
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Paul Beaumont is a Professor of European Union and Private International Law at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Katarina Trimmings is a Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.
This book is highly insightful and important in its current form. The use of authorities and references is extensive, wide-ranging and noteworthy. It is an important body of knowledge for professionals, in the practice or study of surrogacy and assisted reproductive technologies. Reflections on lessons from a comparative perspective will aid and assist any decisions being taken on regulating surrogacy on an international level. Vishwam Jindal India Law Journal Volume 6, Issue 1 An important original contribution of this book is to provide a framework for what a new convention on international surrogacy arrangements could look like. Graeme Edgerton Law Society Journal Volume 51. Number 10. November 2013
Table of contents
Introduction Katarina Trimmings and Paul Beaumont PART ONE: NATIONAL REPORTS ON SURROGACY 1. Argentina Eleonora Lamm 2. Australia Mary Keyes 3. Belgium Gerd Verschelden and Jinske Verhellen 4. Brazil Nadia de Araujo, Daniela Vargas and Leticia de Campos Velho Martel 5. The People's Republic of China Zhengxin Huo 6. Czech Republic Monika Pauknerova 7. France Louis Perreau-Saussine and Nicolas Sauvage 8. Germany Susanne L Gossl 9. Greece Konstantinos A Rokas 10. Guatemala Jaime Tecu and Eleonora Lamm 11. Hungary Csongor Istvan Nagy 12. India Usha Rengachary Smerdon 13. Ireland Maebh Harding 14. Israel Sharon Shakargy 15. Japan Marcelo de Alcantara 16. Mexico Eleonora Lamm 17. The Netherlands Ian Curry-Sumner and Machteld Vonk 18. New Zealand Claire Achmad 19. Russia Olga Khazova 20. South Africa Melodie Slabbert and Christa Roodt 21. Spain Patricia Orejudo Prieto de Los Mozos 22. Ukraine Gennadiy Druzenko 23. United Kingdom Michael Wells-Greco 24. United States of America Steven H Snyder 25. Venezuela Eleonora Lamm PART TWO: CROSS-BORDER SURROGACY: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES 26. A Possible Future Instrument on International Surrogacy Arrangements: Are There 'Lessons' to be Learnt from the 1993 Hague Intercountry Adoption Convention? Hannah Baker 27. Thinking 'Through' Human Rights: The Need for a Human Rights Perspective With Respect to the Regulation of Cross-border Reproductive Surrogacy Yasmine Ergas PART THREE: GENERAL REPORT ON SURROGACY 28. General Report on Surrogacy Katarina Trimmings and Paul Beaumont