Discussion on Legal Issues of Artificial Reproduction

Jiahui MU


With the application and development of technology, artificial reproductive technology has been known and applied more and more by people. At the same time, it’s also produced some problems. As an important modern medical treatment of infertility, artificial reproduction has a significant remedial effect on traditional way of natural reproduction. Through the article the author is about to introduce the original development of artificial reproduction and propose relevant legal issues further. Moreover, through the comparison of applications at home and abroad, the author makes an analysis, and then layouts issues and gives suggestions. Artificial reproduction after all is different from natural reproduction because this behavior involves multiple parties. Therefore, it should establish the appropriate law to put this issue into the legal environment so this law can be used to adjust the interests of all parties, especially to protect the legitimate interests of children of artificial reproduction.


Legal status of artificial reproduction; Type; Comparison; Surrogate mother

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[1] Artificial Reproduction Act [draft version], Clause 10, Taiwan Health Department, (1999).

[2] Chen, M. L. (1997). Artificial reproduction legitimated child identification. Taiwan National Chengchi University Law Review, 57.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/3019


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