The purpose of an application for parentage order is to seek court orders to transfer parentage of the child from the surrogate (and surrogate’s partner) to the intended parents. Intended parents need to file their application for parentage order at court within the first month and the sixth month after your child is born. While […]
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Who are the Affected Parties to a Surrogacy Arrangement There are a few steps that you need to take before commencing surrogacy, one of which is determining the relevant persons to your surrogacy arrangement. The Surrogacy Act 2010, which is the governing legislation in the state of New South Wales, defines these persons as an […]
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For people who buy or sell property in South Africa, having the documents for their transaction notarised in a common requirement. Generally this includes various documents ranging from transfers, declarations and the power of attorney. If these documents are signed in Australia then they must be notarised before they can be used in South Africa. […]
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