In India the extradition of a fugitive from India to a foreign country or vice-versa is governed by the provisions of Indian Extradition Act, 1962.

Extradition Treaties India has signed Extradition Treaties, which are in force. Sl. No. Name of the Country Year of Treaty 1. Australia 2011 2. Bahrain 2005 3. Bangladesh 2013 4. Belarus 2008 5. Belgium 1958 6. Bhutan 1997 7. Bulgaria 2006 8. Canada 1987 9. Egypt 2012 10. France 2005 11. Germany 2004 12. Hong Kong 1997 13. Korea 2004 14. Kuwait 2007 15. Malaysia … Continue reading In India the extradition of a fugitive from India to a foreign country or vice-versa is governed by the provisions of Indian Extradition Act, 1962.

Law of Extradition

Source of Law National Legislation International Treaty An extradition treaty is the legal mechanism countries use to pull alleged criminals out of other countries. The terms and conditions vary. Some countries, like France and Brazil, won’t extradite their own citizens, no matter the circumstance. Generally speaking, for an extradition to succeed, the alleged criminal act can’t be political in nature and must be a crime … Continue reading Law of Extradition

The Extradition Act, 1962

(34 of 1962) An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the extradition of fugitive criminals [and to provide for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto] .Be it enacted by Parliament in the Thirteenth Year of the Republic of India as follows:- 1. Short title, extent and commencement .(1) This Act may be called The Extradition Act , 1962.(2) It extends to the whole of India.(3) … Continue reading The Extradition Act, 1962

Extradition Guidelines [India]

Ministries of External Affairs  Guidelines Extradition request for an accused/ fugitive can be initiated after charge sheet has been filed before an appropriate Court and said court having taken cognizance of the case has issued orders/directions justifying accused/fugitive’s committal for trial on the basis of evidence made available in the charge sheet and has sought presence of the accused/fugitive to face trial in the case. … Continue reading Extradition Guidelines [India]

Laws or Acts of Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda

Volume 1 (“A” Chapters 1-28)

No. Title of Act Year Volume Chapter Revision
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1 Abolition of Minimum Punishments Act 1882 1 1 1992
2 Abolition of Unnecessary Oaths Act 1864 1 2 1992
3 Absconding Debtors Act 1977 1 3 1992
4 Accessories and Abettors Act 1877 1 4 1992
5 Acetate of Lead (Prohibition) Act 1850 1 5 1992
6 Administration of Estates by Consulars Officers Act 1941 1 6 1992
7 Administration of Insolvent Estates Act 1887 1 7 1992
8 Administration of Small Estates Act 1944 1 8 1992
9 Adoption of Children Act 1944 1 9 1992
10 Aerodromes Act 1952 1 10 1992
11 Age of Majority Act 1984 1 11 1992
12 Agricultural Small Holdings Act 1939 1 12 1992
13 Agricultural Small Holdings (Regulation of Rentals) Act 1953 1 13 1992
14 Aid to Pioneer Industries Act 1950 1 14 1992
15 Alfred Challenger (Special Gratuity and Pension) Act 1966 1 15 1992
16 Aliens Restriction Act 1929 1 16 1992
17 Antibiotics and Therapeutic Substances Act 1951 1 17 1992
18 Animals (Diseases and Importation) Act 1953 1 18 1992
19 Animals (International Movement and Disease) Act 1987 1 19 1992
20 Antigua and Barbuda Agricultural Development Corporation Act 1979 1 20 1992
21 Antigua and Barbuda Brazil Co-operation (Ratification of Agreement) Act 1986 1 21 1992
22 Antigua and Barbuda Citizenship Act 1982 1 22 1992
23 Antigua and Barbuda Constitution Order 1981 1 23 1992
24 Antigua and Barbuda Development Bank Act 1974 1 24 1992
25 Antigua and Barbuda Development Corporation Limited (Guarantee of Indebtedness) Act 1976 1 25 1992
26 Antigua and Barbuda Electricity Board (Declaration of Pensionable Offices) Act 1959 1 26 1992
27 Antigua and Barbuda Labour Code 1975 1 27 1992
28 Antigua and Barbuda Merchant Shipping Act 1986 1 28 1992

Volume 2 (“A” – “C” Chapters 29-86) Continue reading “Laws or Acts of Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda”

Constitution of Antigua and Barbuda 1981

Keywords: Constitution 31st October 1981 STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS 1981 No. 1106 ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA The Antigua and Barbuda Constitution Order 1981 Made: 31st July 1981 Coming into Operation: 31st October 1981 At the Court at Buckingham Palace, the 31st day of July 1981 Present, The Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty in Council Whereas the status of association of Antigua with the United Kingdom is to terminate on … Continue reading Constitution of Antigua and Barbuda 1981

External Affairs ministry supplied names of persons involved in cases under investigation by Directorate of Enforcement absconded from India

QUESTION NO.3198 ABSCONDING BUSINESSMEN
March 14, 2018

LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO.3198
TO BE ANSWERED ON 14.03.2018

ABSCONDING BUSINESSMEN

  1. SHRI MD. BADARUDDOZA KHAN:
    SHRI KAUSHAL KISHORE:
    SHRI MOHD. SALIM:
    SHRI RAMDAS C. TADAS

Will the Minister of EXTERNAL AFFAIRS be pleased to state

(a) whether many businessmen of our country have absconded after doing scams and settled in various other countries;

(b) if so, the list of such fraud businessmen who are absconding; and

(c) the details of action taken by the Government so far to bring them back to the country? Continue reading “External Affairs ministry supplied names of persons involved in cases under investigation by Directorate of Enforcement absconded from India”

IPC

LAW LIBRARY

45 of 1860

CHAPTER I

Introduction

Preamble. – Whereas it is expedient to provide a general Penal Code for [India]; It is enacted as follows :-

Title and extent of operation of the Code.- This Act shall be called the Indian Penal Code, and shall [extend to the whole of India [except the State of Jammu and Kashmir].]
Punishment of offences committed within India.- Every person shall be liable to punishment under this Code and not otherwise for every act or omission contrary to the provisions thereof, of which he shall be guilty within [India].
Punishment of offences committed beyond, but which by law may be tried within, India.- Any person liable, by any [Indian law], to be tried for an offence committed beyond [India] shall be dealt with according to the provisions of this Code for any act committed beyond [India] in the same manner as if such act had been committed within [India]. Continue reading “IPC”

Constitution of the Kingdom of the Netherlands of August 24, 1815

The Netherlands is a hereditary constitutional monarchy, with a parliamentary form of government based on the principles of ministerial responsibility, with the Monarch as the Head of State. The Kingdom of the Netherlands dates from 1814. The Constitution of the Netherlands (hereinafter “NC”) was adopted in 1814 and was last amended on 7 July 2002. CHAPTER 1, Fundamental rights Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 … Continue reading Constitution of the Kingdom of the Netherlands of August 24, 1815