By Claire Fenton-Glynn | BBC News | April 26, 2019
There are multiple kinds of surrogacy, and surrogacy laws differ all over the world. These differences have led to some tragic and high-profile cases of surrogacy arrangement gone wrong. They’ve also exacerbated the unlikelihood of agreed-upon global regulations. As this article explains: the global surrogacy market has sprung up due to the inconsistency of laws around the world, but it is because of these differences that they are unable to regulate the practice effectively.