Civil & Commercial Litigation

Whether you are instituting an action or defending one in the Magistrates Court or the High Court, we will be able to competently assist you every step of the way.

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Where the litigation process can be avoided, Greyvensteins prides itself in delivering the most amicable solution to any particular problem you may be faced with.

Where litigation is deemed necessary, we ensure that our client’s legal position is researched to the full extent and that a carefully prepared strategy is developed in order to ensure that the most satisfactory result can be obtained on the relevant date or settlement of the matter.

The Law regulating Surrogacy Agreements in South Africa

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A ‘surrogate mother’ is defined in the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 as an adult woman who enters into a surrogate motherhood agreement.

Such an agreement is entered into between the surrogate mother and the commissioning parents or parent.

The agreement states that the surrogate mother will be artificially fertilised for the purpose of bearing the child for the commissioning parents or parent.

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Posted by Andrea Buchanan on Monday, June 12, 2017 Views: 765