Wrongful birth: Recovery of upkeep costs

By wjmadden Appearing as an early release article of the Melbourne University Law Review, Recovery of upkeep costs, claims for loss of autonomy an loss of genetic affinity is an article by English & Hafeez-Baig focusing on the recent Singaporean decision ACB v Thomson Medical Pte Ltd. The abstract reads:
Whether the law should permit parents to recover the costs of raising a child that they never intended to have is one of the most vexed questions in the law of negligence. In ACB v Thomson Medical Pte Ltd, the Court of Appeal of Singapore considered this issue in a unique factual context: …read more

Source:: Bill Madden

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