Part 3 contains a general report which consists of an analysis of the national reports appearing in part 1 together with a proposed model of regulation of international surrogacy arrangements at the international level written by the two co editors paul beaumont and katarina trimmings. International surrogacy arrangements an urgent need for legal regulation at the international level paul beaumont paul beaumont is a professor of european union and private international law at the university of aberdeen scotland uk pages 627 647 published online 07 may 2015. Part 3 contains a general report which consists of an analysis of the national reports together with a proposed model of regulation of international surrogacy arrangements at the international level series studies in private international law. Human rights and private international law regulating international surrogacy claire fenton glynn surrogacy is not a new concept indeed early forms can be seen in the babylonian code of hammurabi and in the christian bible1 however recent years have seen the rapid expansion of this practice both in frequency and in geographical scope. A source of worry however is the completely unregulated character of global surrogacy addressing this issue this timely project seeks to explore possible types of legal regulation of surrogacy arrangements at an international level the project does not aspire to address ethical questions surrounding surrogacy
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