CCQ-1991 - Civil Code of Québec

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538.1. As in the case of filiation by blood, the filiation of a child born of assisted procreation is established by the act of birth. In the absence of an act of birth, uninterrupted possession of status is sufficient; the latter is established by an adequate combination of facts which indicate the relationship of filiation between the child, the woman who gave birth to the child and, where applicable, the other party to the parental project.
This filiation creates the same rights and obligations as filiation by blood.
2002, c. 6, s. 30.