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The Extradition (British Antarctic Territory) (Commonwealth Countries, Colonies and Republic of Ireland) Order 1992

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Liability to Extradition.

1.—(2) Subject to the provisions of this Act, a person in the Territory who is accused of an extradition crime—

(a)in the United Kingdom; or

(b)in a designated Commonwealth country; or

(c)in a colony; or

(d)in the Republic of Ireland,

  • or who is alleged to be unlawfully at large after conviction of such an offence in the United Kingdom or in any such Commonwealth country or in a colony or in the Republic of Ireland, may be arrested and returned to the United Kingdom or to that Commonwealth country or to that colony or to the Republic of Ireland in accordance with extradition procedures under Part III of this Act.

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