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The Extradition Act, 1962

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1 Short title, extent and commencement
2 Definitions
3 Application of Act
4 Requisition for surrender
5 Order for magisterial inquiry
6 Issue of warrant for arrest
7 Procedure before magistrate
8 Surrender of fugitive criminal
9 Power of magistrate to issue warrant of arrest in certain cases
10 Receipt in evidence of exhibits, depositions and other documents
11 Chapter not to apply to foreign states countries
12 Application of Chapter
13 Liability of fugitive criminals from foreign states to be apprehended and returned
14 Endorsed and provisional warrants
15 Endorsed warrant for apprehension of fugitive criminal
16 Provisional warrant for apprehension of fugitive criminal
17 Dealing with fugitive criminal when apprehended
18 Return of fugitive criminal by warrant
19 Surrender or return of accused or accused
20 Conveyance of accused or convicted person surrendered or returned
21 Accused or convicted person surrendered or returned
22 Liability of fugitive criminals to be arrested and surrendered or returned
23 Jurisdiction as to offences committed at sea or in air
24 Discharge of person apprehended if not surrendered or returned within two months
25 Release of persons arrested on bail
26 Abetment of extradition Offences
27 Lawfulness of and re-taking on escape from custody under warrants
28 Property found on fugitive criminal
29 Power of Central Government to discharge any fugitive criminal
30 Simultaneous requisitions
31 Restrictions on surrender
32 Sections 29 and 31 to apply without any modification thereof
33 Act not to affect the Foreigners Act, 1946
34 Extra territorial jurisdiction
34A Prosecution on refusal to extradition
34B Provisional arrest
34C Provision of life imprisonment for death penalty
35 Notified orders and notifications to be laid before Parliament
36 Power to make rules
37 Repeals and savings

[15th September, 1962.]

An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the extradition of fugitive criminals 1*[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:-

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