Volume 2, Issue 7 (Winter 2008)                   MLJ 2008, 2(7): 105-127 | Back to browse issues page

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Allahgholi L, Rahmani A. The legal status of artificial reproductive. MLJ. 2008; 2 (7) :105-127
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Artificial fertility conditions and its effects is an important issue in developed countries reviewed the law and rules concerning the situation has been. In France, two in 1994 in the field of law "with the help of artificial reproduction," passed the civil law and public health law reform in France and has been completed. In the law how to donate embryos to infertile couples to pass on 29/4/82 Parliament reached that the development in this area and create somewhat issues in this regard has responded. Is noteworthy that the regulation in comparison with the laws of France and other developed countries and very incomplete and many issues to be discussed is silent. At the same time these laws and regulations has not scale event artificial reproductive rights and to explain the ambiguity is added. Is worthy of using the new Jurists and the comparative law, law reform and the completion and solve problems in this way there will be action. In this paper, the legal status of artificial fertilization in the three speech examines be. First speech: This speech and the need for artificial fertilization causes its auxiliary reproduction techniques, and general concepts and definitions related to artificial insemination, are paid. Second Speech: The Second Speech artificial insemination legal status, legal status of children born from artificial insemination, artificial insemination juridical point of view has been examined. The third and final speech: to analyze the results of artificial insemination is legal and jurisprudence.

Received: 2008/07/9 | Accepted: 2008/09/13

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