LIABILITY FOR UNPLANNED CHILDREN

Author: ELVIN, JESSE

Source: King's Law Journal, Volume 14, Number 2, 2003 , pp. 224-232(9)

Publisher: Hart Publishing

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Abstract:

Is the birth of a healthy child always a reason for congratulation? At least one academic commentator thinks so, and yet a number of recent cases have involved claims for damages in respect of unplanned births. In the following discussion, three questions will be addressed: what exactly is the law governing liability for unplanned conceptions and births; what are the implications of the latest decisions in this area; and have these decisions improved the law?
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