Extradition Treaties

Extradition Treaties

Extradition is a legal arrangement between two states/countries to transfer a person accused of an extraditable offence to place him under trial. An extradition treaty requires that a country seeking extradition be able to show that the relevant crime is sufficiently serious. There exists a prima facie case against the individual sought. The event in question qualifies as a crime in both countries. Extradition is also resorted to in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) related Crimes.



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