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Constitutional Reform Act 2005

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81(1)The Extradition Act 2003 is amended as follows.E+W+S+N.I.

(2)In section 32 (appeal to House of Lords) in the sidenote and in subsections (1), (3), (4)(b), (6) and (8)(b) for “House of Lords” substitute “ Supreme Court ”.

(3)In section 114 (appeal to House of Lords) in the sidenote and in subsections (1), (3), (4)(b), (6), and (8)(b) for “House of Lords” substitute “ Supreme Court ”.

(4)In each of the following provisions for “House of Lords” in each place substitute “ Supreme Court ”

(a)section 30 (detention pending conclusion of appeal under section 28);

(b)section 33 (powers on an appeal) and the sidenote to that section;

[F1(ba)section 33A (detention pending conclusion of certain appeals under section 32);]

(c)section 36 (extradition following appeal);

(d)section 43 (withdrawal of warrant while appeal pending) and the sidenote to that section;

(e)section 60 (costs);

(f)section 61 (costs where discharge ordered);

(g)section 107 (detention pending conclusion of appeal under section 105);

(h)section 112 (detention pending conclusion of appeal under section 110);

(i)section 115 (powers on appeal under section 114) and the sidenote to that section;

[F2(ia)section 115A (detention pending conclusion of certain appeals under section 114);]

(j)section 118 (extradition following appeal);

(k)section 125 (withdrawal of request while appeal pending) and the sidenote to that section;

(l)section 133 (costs where extradition ordered);

(m)section 134 (costs where discharge ordered);

(n)section 184 (grant of free legal aid: Northern Ireland);

(o)section 208 (national security);

(p)section 213 (disposal of Part 1 warrant and extradition request);

(q)section 214 (disposal of charge).

(5)In section 185 (free legal aid: supplementary)—

(a)in subsection (4) for “House of Lords” substitute “ Supreme Court ”;

(b)in subsection (5) for the words from “allowed by” to the end substitute “ by the Supreme Court or under Supreme Court Rules. ”

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