A mother cannot “bargain away” her child’s right to financial support from his father just to try to convince a man to get her pregnant, the Superior Court has said.

In a case epitomizing the challenge presented to the judiciary by unconventional, modern paternity cases that stretch the limits of traditional family law, the Superior Court heard an appeal involving the partners of a 15-year extramarital affair.

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