Currently, the Assistive Productive Technologies Act and the Surrogacy Act are officially in force in India. They provide regulation of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) clinics, allow Altruistic Surrogacy and prohibit Commercial Surrogacy. From now on, only a relative of the intended parents can become a surrogate mother. These laws on the one hand protect and on the other hand limit opportunities for couples who need help through surrogacy. Therefore, the opinions of experts in the country were divided regarding the new laws.