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2020 | 10 | 2 | 92-105
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Legal position of an agency intermediating surrogacy in the czech republic

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An interest in surrogacy has recently been increasing by astronomical progression. In some countries, there are agencies that offer the applicants for surrogacy both of the services, looking for surrogate mothers and their “matching” with the applicants. This article is focused on the possibility of setting up such an intermediating agency in the Czech Republic. The described possibilities are based on the current legislation. Our analysis has shown that in spite of the Czech legislation insisting on the donation of body parts as a purely altruistic act, and in spite of the Czech legislation refusing and strictly punishing human trafficking, it is now still possible (with courage and calculation) to operate an agency that will intermediate surrogate motherhood.
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10
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2
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92-105
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