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Paternity and reproductive technology

Norrie, Kenneth (2002) Paternity and reproductive technology. Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 7 (4). pp. 279-282.

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Abstract

Implications for Scottish law of recent cases involving reproductive technology, including legal definition of paternity in light of 1990 Act, scope of paternal consent and extent to which fraud or negligence may vitiate this.