- Domicile criterion for parental order after international surrogacy arrangement (Y and another v W and another)
- What are the practical implications of the decision?
- What was the background?
- The facts
- The issues
- What did the court decide?
Family analysis: Eleri Jones, barrister, of 1 Garden Court, examines a refusal to grant a parental order in respect of a child born via an international surrogacy arrangement because neither of the intended parents met the requirement under section 54(4)(b) of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 (HFEA 2008) of being domiciled in the UK.
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