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(1)Where special extradition arrangements have been made in respect of a person, extradition procedures shall be available in the case of that person, as between the United Kingdom and the foreign state with which the arrangements have been made, subject to the limitations, restrictions, exceptions and qualifications, if any, contained in the arrangements.
(2)If the Secretary of State issues a certificate of special extradition arrangements, it shall be conclusive evidence of all matters stated in it.
(3)In subsection (2) above “certificate of special extradition arrangements” means a certificate—
(a)that special extradition arrangements have been made in respect of a person as between the United Kingdom and a foreign state specified in the certificate; and
(b)that extradition procedures are available in the case of that person as between the United Kingdom and the foreign state to the extent specified in the certificate.
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