Feasibility of Rejecting Sexual Cells and the Fetus and Its Consequences in Imamite Jurisprudence
In the emerging treatment of sterility based on sex-cell donation or fetus donation, considering the fatwa of some contemporary jurists and the theories of some jurisprudence scholars, the assignment of the baby resulting from the donated sperm, ovum and embryo to its biological parents is conditioned to non-repayment of sexual cells or the donated embryo. It means that if the donator of sperm, ovum or even the embryo resulting from the external insemination has rejected the newly-born baby, it does not concern them and requires consideration of the effects of the relation functions such as inheritance, custody, and alimony. In this research by analyzing this theory with the nature of the symptoms of sexual cells and embryos as well as analyzing the concept and nature of the relation, it has been proven that disconnection of evidence is not possible based on hardship even if other consequences such as loss of the right of priority in usage, disclaim of the conqueror, certificate of destruction of frozen packs, or similar cases are impossible.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Jurisprudence and the Fundaments of Islamic Law, Volume:51 Issue:3, 2019
205 - 224
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