Un caso di effettività perduta: la legge n. 40/2004 e la doppia maternità

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  • Stefania Cecchini

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15168/2284-4503-2060

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Medically Assisted Reproduction, procreative tourism, intentional mother, best interests of the child, separation of powers

Abstract

The essay investigates the legal consequences of the loss of effectiveness of law n. 40/2004 in cases of recognition of double motherhood of children born in Italy from a homogenous-relational project carried out abroad: first, the repercussions on the principles of legality, equality and legal certainty in the face of multiple jurisprudential orientations on the subject, and secondly, the “fate” of the limit ex art. 5 law 40 in the absence of an organic intervention of the legislature to protect the rights of children born from a homogenous project.

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2021-12-24

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Cecchini S. Un caso di effettività perduta: la legge n. 40/2004 e la doppia maternità. BioLaw [Internet]. 24 dicembre 2021 [citato 5 dicembre 2022];(4):355-79. Available at: https://teseo.unitn.it/biolaw/article/view/2060

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