Thailand drafted laws to regulate surrogacy in 2004, which were then approved by the cabinet in 2010, but were never fully ratified. Because of the recent surrogacy scandals in Thailand, the Thai Parliament is now reviewing the same draft surrogacy laws.
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There has been much speculation as to what these laws, if passed, would mean for surrogacy regulation in a country that has become a surrogacy hub in Asia. Thai Law Forum has released an unofficial English translation of the proposed laws.
Read the English translation of the Thailand draft surrogacy laws.