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Para 1-2 birth technologies in relation to parent - para 3-4 surrogacy in relation to child/parent para 5 commercial surrogacy
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How does law achieve protection? 6
Ethical monitoring . The Assisted Reproductive Technology Act 2007 (NS
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What does . The Assisted Reproductive Technology Act 2007 (NSW) do? 7
ethically monitors birth technologies such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and genetic manipulation
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How does this contribute to responsiveness of law? 8
moral and ethical standards. Moreover, this act establishes enforceability through the requirement for a birth technology provider to be registered with the NSW Ministry of Health
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What is the arctic;e about embryo doners? 9
NSW considers strengthening laws after embryo donors allegedly deceived’ (SMH 2016) the law has failed in protecting prospective parents as there is a lack of appropriate punishment for violating ethical standards in relation to embryo donors
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Protection of child under birth tecnholiges act 2
the Status of Children Act 1996 (NSW) children born through birth technologies such as IVF have the same legal status as those conceived naturally
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What did the 2007 act achieve? 3
the 2007 Act created the NSW Central Register that provides children with accessibility to information about their donor parents
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What lays for the future of IVF? 4
Conversely, as expressed by NHMRC considers allowing IVF clinics to let couples choose gender of baby (2015 ABC) the future of genetic manipulation reveals a bleak perspective for future birth technology children
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How is it protected? 5
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989
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Surrogacy act 10
The Surrogacy Act 2010 (NSW) to enable the transfer of parentage of a child to a commission couple
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How does surrogacy act support and protect parent rights?
This avoids the traditional adoption process reaffirming resource efficiency whilst highlighting the responsiveness of the legal system. In addition, parentage orders are to be made in the best interest of the child and must involve the consent
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Outline parental order limitations 13
Lesbian couple ordered to hand toddler back to biological mother’ (SMH 2015). The overriding consideration of a child’s best interests can cause an imbalance of rights for those in alternative family arrangements as it abruptly lead to the biological
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The act outlying the involvement of the responsiveness of a legal system in the vulnerability of parents 11
following Re: Michael (Surrogacy Arrangements) [2009
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Outline the issues pertaining to commercial surrogacy 14
The Surrogacy Act 2010 (NSW) differentiates between old altruistic and commercial surrogacy, highlighting the different involvement of cash incentives.
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What is the effect of the covered provisions?
the Human Tissue Act 1983 (NSW) establishing punishments for commercial surrogacy that include fines over $100,000 including up to two years imprisonmen
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Identify gammy
This leads to great injustice and a lack of protecting rights as highlighted in the Gammy Case (2014), where an absence of international punishments allowed the abandonment of a disabled child
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Identify supporting evidence to commercial surrogacy
Should commercial surrogacy be legal in Australia (SMH 2015) a much needed reform of ethically maintaining commercial surrogacy in Australia could reduce the attractiveness of international commercial surrogacy
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