Parents won’t have to adopt their own children born via surrogacy if a proposed law change goes ahead, Stuff reports. New Zealand’s surrogacy laws have been described as outdated and degrading, and causing financial and emotional distress. The Law Commission has now released He Kōpū Whāngai: He Arotake – Review of Surrogacy, following a review of the laws, and is seeking feedback on its recommendations until September 23. The Law Commission expects to deliver the final report to the Government in 2022.
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