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* No specific laws governing assisted reproduction or surrogacy in the Republic of Ireland  
 
* No specific laws governing assisted reproduction or surrogacy in the Republic of Ireland  
  
* Non-binding guidelines: The Guide to Professional Conduct & Ethics for Registered Medical Practitioners, 2009, http://www.medicalcouncil.ie/News-and-Publications/Publications/Professional-Conduct-Ethics/Guide-to-Professional-Conduct-and-Behaviour-for-Registered-Medical-Practitioners-pdf.pdf
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* Non-binding guidelines: [http://www.medicalcouncil.ie/News-and-Publications/Publications/Professional-Conduct-Ethics/Guide-to-Professional-Conduct-and-Behaviour-for-Registered-Medical-Practitioners-pdf.pdf The Guide to Professional Conduct & Ethics for Registered Medical Practitioners, 2009].
  
 
In December 2014, it was said that the Minister for Justice and Equality plans to bring legislative proposals to Government in relation to assignment of parentage in cases of ART, including surrogacy. Regulation regarding assisted reproduction generally is also being considered (and called for by the Supreme Court). However to date nothing has been forthcoming.
 
In December 2014, it was said that the Minister for Justice and Equality plans to bring legislative proposals to Government in relation to assignment of parentage in cases of ART, including surrogacy. Regulation regarding assisted reproduction generally is also being considered (and called for by the Supreme Court). However to date nothing has been forthcoming.

Latest revision as of 18:05, 13 August 2015