El interés del menor y los supuestos de discriminación en la maternidad subrogada, entre la realidad jurídica y la ficción

  1. María Núñez Bolaños
  2. Isabel María Nicasio Jaramillo
  3. Eugenio Pizarro Moreno
Derecho Privado y Constitución

ISSN: 1133-8768

Year of publication: 2015

Issue: 29

Pages: 227-261

Type: Article

DOI: 10.18042/CEPC/DPC.29.06 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openDialnet editor

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Maternity cases by substitution or surrogate way (commonly called «wombs for rent») are being a true revolution in the field of assisted reproduction and a real legal challenge in terms of attribution of maternity and affiliation. The approach is simple and has two differentiable parameters of discussion: in the first place, if it is possible to make a private contract which stipulates that a woman is forced to gestate for the other one and, secondly, to determine if the son or daughter born by this method has a filiation («son of�») which belongs to the pregnant woman, the biological mother or the legal mother.