Gestational Surrogacy is expressly permitted by N.D. Cent. Code 14-18-08, which states clearly that a child born to a gestational carrier is the child of the intended parents for all purposes.
Pre-Birth Orders can readily be obtained by most Intended Parents in most circumstances if at least one of the Intended Parents is genetically related to the child. If neither Intended parent is genetically related to the child, it is possible but unclear whether a pre-birth order will be granted.
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