The South Australian Law Reform Institute (SALRI) is inviting all South Australians to tell us what you think about surrogacy laws in South Australia. 

What is being decided?

SALRI is reviewing the current laws surrogacy laws in our state, which are contained in Part 2B of the Family Relationships Act 1975 (SA),

We want to hear from anyone who has views on how these laws work in practice, and whether they need reform or improvement.  We are particularly interested in the views of anyone who has made surrogacy agreements in South Australia as well as commissioning or intending parents and surrogates.

SALRI will also speak with legal and other experts as well as the wider community to identify the best reform options.

Who is SALRI?

SALRI is an independent and non-partisan law reform body, based at the University of Adelaide. SALRI can only make recommendations for law reform, it cannot change the law. It is up to the South Australian Government and the Parliament to accept any recommendation from SALRI and determine whether any laws or practices should change.

How will your input be used?

SALRI will complete the consultation phase of this reference during July 2018 and finalise its report in the second half of 2018. Once SALRI has provided its report to Government, it will be publicly available on the SALRI website. 

Get involved

You can have your say by:

Closing Date: 5:00pm Friday 29 June 2018

PLEASE NOTE: SALRI does not provide legal advice. It listens to your views on how the laws are working now, and what options could be worth considering for any changes in the future. If you have a legal query or problem, you will need to seek your own legal advice.

Upcoming key dates

Fri, 29 Jun 2018 at 5:00 PM

CLOSING TODAY: Surrogacy - A legislative framework

Updates

Tue, 19 Jun 2018 at 12:00 PM

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