| Commentary

44 Surrogate motherhood

| Commentary

44 Surrogate motherhood

The publication or distribution of advertisements relating to arrangements for surrogate motherhood is unlawful1. Such advertisements are defined as those which contain an indication (however expressed) that any person is or may be willing to enter into a surrogacy arrangement or to negotiate or facilitate the making of a surrogacy arrangement; or that any person is looking for a woman willing to become a surrogate mother or for persons wanting a woman to carry a child as a surrogate mother2. Where such an advertisement is published in a newspaper or periodical in the

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