Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005
Current version for 9 April 2020 to date (accessed 6 June 2020 at 02:48)
Part 56A Rule 56A.8
56A.8   Evidence in support of application for parentage order
Evidence in support of an application for a parentage order must include evidence of the following—
(a)  the date and place of the child’s birth,
(b)  the names of the child, including all names that the child has or has had, and the facts relating to any change of the child’s name,
(c)  the names that it is proposed the child should have on the making of the parentage order, showing separately the proposed given name or names and the proposed surname,
(d)  the name, place of residence and occupation of each person with whom the child resides or who has the child in that person’s care or custody,
(e)  the name, place of residence, age and occupation of each birth parent,
(f)  the name, place of residence, age and occupation of each intended parent,
(g)  if a single intended parent is seeking leave to make a sole application (in relation to a surrogacy arrangement involving 2 intended parents), the facts and circumstances that show that leave may be given having regard to section 14 of the Surrogacy Act 2010,
(h)  the facts and circumstances that show that a parentage order may be made, demonstrated by reference to each of the preconditions to the making of a parentage order set out in Division 4 of Part 3 of the Surrogacy Act 2010,
(i)  in relation to any precondition to the making of a parentage order that is not met, the facts and circumstances that show that a parentage order may be made despite the precondition having not been met, having regard to section 18 of the Surrogacy Act 2010,
(j)  the medical or social need for the surrogacy arrangement, including copies of all medical or other reports relied on to establish the medical or social need for the surrogacy arrangement,
(k)  the consent of the affected parties to the making of the parentage order.