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Sheikh S, Jamshidi Rad M S. Applied criminalization principles in the process of surrogacy. MLJ 2014; 8 (28) :167-199
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The criminal justice system in application of penal instruments and in order to incorporate personal and social freedoms and for justifying employing punishment, follows different fundamentals and principles and in the field of surrogacy treatment, these criteria are applied in a new style. Conducted studies indicate that the mere altruistic use of surrogacy is considered among none of the principles restricting the freedom and there are only certain ambiguities with respect to commercial replacements. Also about the implications and consequences of surrogacy, using the principles and criteria of criminalization of criminal law, some of the challenges and anomalies resulting from this treatment method can be criminalized. In this context, the principles of prohibition of harm, ethical commitment and social welfare will play an active role, but some principles such as the paternalism principle may have limited application in this regard.

Type of Study: Review Article |
Received: 2013/06/10 | Accepted: 2014/03/16

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