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CHANAKYA NATIONAL LAWUNIVERSITYPROJECT REPORT OF IINDSEMESTER, JANUARY 2019LAW OF SOCIOLOGYSURROGACY LAWS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONSSubmitted By:1STYear, 2NDSemester, B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)Submitted to:DR. SANGEET KUMARFACULITY OF SOCIOLOGY OF LAWACKNOWLEDGEMENT1
I am very thankful to everyone who has supported me, for I have completed my projecteffectively and moreover on time. I am equally grateful to. Dr Sangeet Kumar He gave memoral support and guided me in different matters regarding this topic. He has been very kindand patient while suggesting me the outlines of this project and correcting my doubts I thankhim for his overall support.Last but not the least, I would like to thank everyone who helped me in gathering differentinformation, collecting data and guiding me. I also thank my friends who were there withtheir suggestions and comments for my project.RESEARCH METHODOLOGYMethod of Research2
The researcher has adopted a purely doctrinal method of research. The researcher has madeextensive use of the library at the Chanakya National Law University and also the internetsources.ObjectiveTo understand the surrogacy laws and its implicationHypothesis:Surrogacy is blessings for those who are unable to bear child. And for women who becamesurrogate mother because she will get money.Sources of DataThe following secondary sources of data have been used in the project-1.Books2.WebsitesMethod of WritingThe method of writing followed in the course of this research paper is primarily analytical.Mode of Citation:The researcher has followed a uniform mode of citation throughout the course of this researchpaper. TABLE OF CONTENTS3
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.…………………………………………………………….2INTRODUCTION.………………………………………………………………...…..5CHAPTERISATION1)INTRODUCTION: Conceptual Analysis…………………….............................................1.1 HISTORY2)LEGAL REGULATION OF SURROGACY IN THE WORLD…………………………..2.1 USA2.2 EUROPE2.3 CANADA2.4 RUSSIA2.5 SOUTH AFRICA3)SURROGACY IN INDIA………………………………………………………………….4)EVOLUTION OF SURROGACY LAWS IN INDIA…………………………………….CONCLUSION……………………………………………………………….BIBLIOGRAPHY…………………………………………………………..INTRODUCTION4
Surrogacy is an arrangement, often supported by a legal agreement, whereby a woman agreesto become pregnant, carry the pregnancyto due term, and give birth to a child or children, allof this for another person or persons, who are or will ultimately become the parent(s) of thenewborn child or children.People may seek a surrogacy arrangement when pregnancy is medically impossible,when pregnancy riskspresent an unacceptable danger to the mother's health, or when a manalone or a male couple wishes to have a child. In these arrangements, monetary compensation

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