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Sadeghi Moghadam M H. Lineage and vitro embryo inheritance. MLJ. 2013; 7 (24) :65-82
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Developments at the genetical science domain and the possibility of growing embryo out of the natural womb has put this question visa vis the law and theology scientists as to wether pronounce and define either the permission of such an action or its illegitimacy along with its consequence on descent, privity, guardianship, custody, alimony and inheritance. The most significant subject in this respect is the process of formation and origin of the embryo. With the analysis of the laboratory embryo its inheritance issue is defined as well. The embryo shall inherit from its genetical father and mother(the owners of sperm and ovule) should its progeny has been formed prior to the demise of bequeather. However, the embryo has no consanguinity to others including the recipient man and woman and shall not inherit from them.

Received: 2012/12/21 | Accepted: 2013/01/29

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