Dramatic Change in Quebec Surrogacy Law Proposed Under Bill 2

Chelsey St. Pierre and Beryl Wajsman | The Suburban | October 22, 2021

Quebec’s family law is finally being updated after three decades with Bill 2, which will aim to legalize contracts signed between a surrogate and intended parents. The bill requires that the surrogate is at least 21 years old and be compensated only for loss of work income and other pregnancy expenses. To protect the surrogate, the intended parents cannot withdraw from the contract once she is pregnant and cannot sue if she decides to abort or keep the child.

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