By James McAllister
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He had left Ms Evans for someone else with whom he was starting a family, and so his promise was no longer binding. It had been uttered in an emotional moment in the doctor’s office, and had certainly never been repeated in writing. Ms Evans had committed to writing an undertaking that if she had the baby he should have no responsibility for it, financial or otherwise: but such an undertaking is not recognised in law and had to be overlooked as irrelevant. The judge in the case, Mr Justice Wall, in finding against her said that in this sort of case what was needed in law was certainty, and it was certain that without the consent of both parties in writing, Ms Evans had no legal right to use the embryos in order to become pregnant, nor, more accurately, to attempt to become pregnant.
Tay-Sachs disease is a fatal inherited disease of the central nervous system. Babies with Tay-Sachs lack an enzyme necessary for breaking down certain fatty substances in brain and nerve cells. These substances build up and gradually destroy brain and nerve cells, until the entire nervous system breaks down. Symptoms appear at 4 to 6 months of age when an apparently healthy baby gradually stops smiling, crawling or turning over, and eventually becomes blind, paralysed and unaware of its surroundings.
If you are to be blamed for not letting me have it, this will be a moral condemnation. You may be thought mean, hard-hearted, insensitive, lacking in loving-kindness—all moral attributes. You will not be condemned as unjust. You have no strict duty to concede to my wishes. Everything that I said so far about rights and duties seems to suggest a positivistic, indeed Benthamite view of rights, that unless you can cite the law that confers the right and imposes the duty, such a right cannot exist even if you think it ought to.