There is no national policy regarding surrogacy. Each state has come up with their own legal approach to this relatively new method of procreation. The laws vary from making surrogacy contracts enforceable to criminalizing all forms of commercial surrogacy. In India there is no such law till date Nov. 2005.
Commercial surrogacy is legal in India. Surrogacy in India is unregulated as they yet don’t have legislation controlling surrogacy although the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has set “national guidelines” to regulate surrogacy, these are simply guidelines. All that this means is that surrogate mothers need to sign a “contract” with the childless couple.
ICMR guidelines for surrogacy:
Due to so much darkness in the law of each part of globe and India we are helping childless couples world over to navigate through the dark emotional passages of surrogacy, egg donation and embryo donation.
Surrogacy law in India is still in the premature stage and is coping up with the world position. India is part of the club of very few countries who have permitted Commercial Surrogacy..
Help you on Legal Audit and Risk Assessment
Arrange a Pre Surrogacy Legal Counseling
Representing Intended Parents
Surrogate Mothers Referential database.
Counseling for Surrogate Mother
Legal Review of Contract
Surrogacy Arrangement Contract