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1 Extradition to category 1 territories
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(1) This Part deals with extradition from the United Kingdom to the territories designated for the purposes of this Part by order made by the Secretary of State.
(2) In this Act references to category 1 territories are to the territories designated for the purposes of this Part.
(3) A territory may not be designated for the purposes of this Part if a person found guilty in the territory of a criminal offence may be sentenced to death for the offence under the general criminal law of the territory.
To be appointed
To be appointed: see s 221.
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