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This article considers the current legal regulation of surrogacy in the United Kingdom and examines the Law Commissions' provisional proposals for the reform of the law of surrogacy. Over the past years, Family courts case-law pointed out that the requirements to obtain parental orders are restrictive and outdated. Having identified gaps and inconsistencies in the present regulatory framework, the article considers the proposals formulated in the consultation paper on surrogacy reform, mainlydoi:10.15168/2284-4503-666 fatcat:2dxqpnvpcbgkvm4es5yestdw2a