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Surrogacy legislation causes issues for expectant parents. A kind of assisted reproduction called surrogacy involves a third person agreeing to bear a child for another couple who would then be the kid’s parents. The couple and the third party have created a legal contract in this case. Since , surrogacy has been practised in India, which is also known for having a high rate of “reproductive tourism” and being a burgeoning hub of the fertility industry. With the lengthy history of surrogacy, there is still a long way to go until surrogacy laws are open to all and helpful.