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SURROGACY ACT 2010 - SECT 58
Providing technical, professional or medical services for a commercial surrogacy arrangement
(1) A person must not intentionally provide a technical, professional or
medical service to another person if—
(a) the person knows the other person
is, or intends to be, party to a commercial surrogacy arrangement; and
the person provides the service with the intention of assisting the other
person to become pregnant for the purpose of the arrangement.
Maximum penalty—100 penalty units or 3 years imprisonment.
(2) A person
does not commit an offence under subsection (1) if the person provides a
technical, professional or medical service to a woman after she has become
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