Law Does Recognise Biological Dad
Referring to last Thursday's commentary by Andy Ho ('Managing legal uncertainty in sperm donation'), Assistant Professor of Law, Jack Lee observed that under the present law in Singapore, a person can be deemed the legitimate child of one man, and at the same time, another man can be recognised to be his or her biological father.
In-vitro fertilization, family law, legitimacy, Singapore
Asian Studies | Family Law
Law, Society and Governance
Singapore Press holdings
LEE, Jack Tsen-Ta.
Law Does Recognise Biological Dad. (2010). Straits Times. A19. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/989
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