Pants-of-dog wrote:In Canada, all parties must consent to a paternity test. Not even the court can force someone to get one
I see. So, in other words, the adulteress women can legally hide their duplicity. Nice. Got it.
snapdragon wrote:Apart from all that a man being known as the father of the child gives him enough right to order a DNA test, so Ter has absolutely no argument whatsoever and is totally wrong on all counts.
you are really adamant at trying to prove me wrong, even if I produce evidence of what I am saying. I am starting to think that I am dealing with a ..... feminist here !
snapdragon wrote:Now, according to him, in the USA, any random man can force a child to undergo a DNA test without needing to prove he has any interest in the matter.
Can any American tell me if that is actually the case?
Absurd reasoning. Not worth a reply.
snapdragon wrote:He would have to be a complete arsehole to do it, but plenty of men are.
Ah OK, there we are, we have a man hater in our midst !
This whole discussion is unnecessary because hometesting is so easy these days.
It has become quite the industry in Spain because they are getting the lab test requests from France, where DNA testing without the mother's consent is punishable by one year in jail.
It was high time for cheated men to be able to get the evidence.
In my opinion, they are entitled to know if they are raising their own child or someone else's bastard.