Liberal legislation


 

Donor or surrogate mother has no right over the child born. 

Law of Georgia “On Health Protection” 

Article 143

1) Extra corporal fertilization is allowed in the following cases:

a) treatment of childlessness, risk of transmission of genetic diseases on the part of husband

or wife, by use of gametes of spouses or donor or embryo, if there is a written consent of a

couple.

b) If a woman has no uterus, by the transferring and rising embryo received as a result of

fertilization to the uterus of other woman (surrogate mother). A written consent of a

couple is mandatory.

2) In case of birth of child the couple is considered as parents with all related responsibilities and

rights. Donor or “Surrogate Mother” has no right to be considered as a mother of the child born.

 

 

Article 144

With the purpose of artificial fertilization it’s admissible to use gametes of male and female, or

embryo conserved by the method of freezing. The time of conservation is determined according to

the wish of a couple, by prescribed rule.

 

 

 

 

 

„Donor or surrogate mother has no right over the child born“ 

 

 

Law of Georgia “On Health Protection” 

 

 

 

 

 

Article 143

1) Extra corporal fertilization is allowed in the following cases:

a) treatment of childlessness, risk of transmission of genetic diseases on the part of husband or wife, by use of gametes of spouses or donor or embryo,  if there is a written consent of a couple.

b) If a woman has no uterus, by the transferring and rising embryo received as a result of

fertilization to the uterus of other woman (surrogate mother). A written consent of a couple is mandatory.


 

2) In case of birth of child the couple is considered as parents with all related responsibilities and rights. Donor or “Surrogate Mother” has no right to be considered as a mother of the child born.

 

Article 144

With the purpose of artificial fertilization it’s admissible to use gametes of male and female, or embryo conserved by the method of freezing. The time of conservation is determined according to the wish of a couple, by prescribed rule.