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Mater Semper Certa Est, Sed Pater Incertus? Determining Filiation of Children Conceived via Assisted Reproductive Techniques: Comparative Characteristics and Visions for the Future
Magdalena Duggan Vol_4 Issue_1_Article_1 Widespread popularisation of assisted reproductive techniques, which may involve the use of third parties? bodies or genetic material, casts a new light on legal parenthood. This paper examines the issue in a comparative context, while focusing … Continue reading