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§  123. Prohibitions and penalties. 1. No person or other entity shall  knowingly request, accept, receive, pay or give any fee, compensation or  other remuneration, directly  or  indirectly,  in  connection  with  any  surrogate  parenting contract, or induce, arrange or otherwise assist in  arranging a surrogate parenting contract  for  a  fee,  compensation  or  other remuneration, except for:    (a)  payments  in connection with the adoption of a child permitted by  subdivision six of section three  hundred  seventy-four  of  the  social  services  law and disclosed pursuant to subdivision eight of section one  hundred fifteen of this chapter; or    (b) payments for reasonable  and  actual  medical  fees  and  hospital  expenses  for artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization services  incurred by the mother in connection with the birth of the child.    2. (a) A birth mother or her husband, a genetic father and  his  wife,  and,  if  the genetic mother is not the birth mother, the genetic mother  and her husband who violate this section shall be  subject  to  a  civil  penalty not to exceed five hundred dollars.    (b)  Any  other  person  or  entity  who or which induces, arranges or  otherwise assists in the formation of a surrogate parenting contract for  a fee, compensation or other remuneration  or  otherwise  violates  this  section  shall  be subject to a civil penalty not to exceed ten thousand  dollars and forfeiture to the state of any  such  fee,  compensation  or  remuneration  in  accordance  with  the provisions of subdivision (a) of  section seven thousand two hundred one of the  civil  practice  law  and  rules,  for  the  first such offense.  Any person or entity who or which  induces, arranges or otherwise assists in the formation of  a  surrogate  parenting  contract  for  a  fee,  compensation or other remuneration or  otherwise violates this section, after having been  once  subject  to  a  civil penalty for violating this section, shall be guilty of a felony.

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§  123. Prohibitions and penalties. 1. No person or other entity shall  knowingly request, accept, receive, pay or give any fee, compensation or  other remuneration, directly  or  indirectly,  in  connection  with  any  surrogate  parenting contract, or induce, arrange or otherwise assist in  arranging a surrogate parenting contract  for  a  fee,  compensation  or  other remuneration, except for:    (a)  payments  in connection with the adoption of a child permitted by  subdivision six of section three  hundred  seventy-four  of  the  social  services  law and disclosed pursuant to subdivision eight of section one  hundred fifteen of this chapter; or    (b) payments for reasonable  and  actual  medical  fees  and  hospital  expenses  for artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization services  incurred by the mother in connection with the birth of the child.    2. (a) A birth mother or her husband, a genetic father and  his  wife,  and,  if  the genetic mother is not the birth mother, the genetic mother  and her husband who violate this section shall be  subject  to  a  civil  penalty not to exceed five hundred dollars.    (b)  Any  other  person  or  entity  who or which induces, arranges or  otherwise assists in the formation of a surrogate parenting contract for  a fee, compensation or other remuneration  or  otherwise  violates  this  section  shall  be subject to a civil penalty not to exceed ten thousand  dollars and forfeiture to the state of any  such  fee,  compensation  or  remuneration  in  accordance  with  the provisions of subdivision (a) of  section seven thousand two hundred one of the  civil  practice  law  and  rules,  for  the  first such offense.  Any person or entity who or which  induces, arranges or otherwise assists in the formation of  a  surrogate  parenting  contract  for  a  fee,  compensation or other remuneration or  otherwise violates this section, after having been  once  subject  to  a  civil penalty for violating this section, shall be guilty of a felony.

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Statutes > New-york > Dom > Article-8 > 123

§  123. Prohibitions and penalties. 1. No person or other entity shall  knowingly request, accept, receive, pay or give any fee, compensation or  other remuneration, directly  or  indirectly,  in  connection  with  any  surrogate  parenting contract, or induce, arrange or otherwise assist in  arranging a surrogate parenting contract  for  a  fee,  compensation  or  other remuneration, except for:    (a)  payments  in connection with the adoption of a child permitted by  subdivision six of section three  hundred  seventy-four  of  the  social  services  law and disclosed pursuant to subdivision eight of section one  hundred fifteen of this chapter; or    (b) payments for reasonable  and  actual  medical  fees  and  hospital  expenses  for artificial insemination or in vitro fertilization services  incurred by the mother in connection with the birth of the child.    2. (a) A birth mother or her husband, a genetic father and  his  wife,  and,  if  the genetic mother is not the birth mother, the genetic mother  and her husband who violate this section shall be  subject  to  a  civil  penalty not to exceed five hundred dollars.    (b)  Any  other  person  or  entity  who or which induces, arranges or  otherwise assists in the formation of a surrogate parenting contract for  a fee, compensation or other remuneration  or  otherwise  violates  this  section  shall  be subject to a civil penalty not to exceed ten thousand  dollars and forfeiture to the state of any  such  fee,  compensation  or  remuneration  in  accordance  with  the provisions of subdivision (a) of  section seven thousand two hundred one of the  civil  practice  law  and  rules,  for  the  first such offense.  Any person or entity who or which  induces, arranges or otherwise assists in the formation of  a  surrogate  parenting  contract  for  a  fee,  compensation or other remuneration or  otherwise violates this section, after having been  once  subject  to  a  civil penalty for violating this section, shall be guilty of a felony.

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