European Arrest Warrant (Application to Third Countries and Amendment) and Extradition (Amendment) Act 2012


Amendment of section 29 of Act of 1965.

31.— The following is substituted for section 29(2) (inserted by section 9 of the Extradition (Amendment) Act 1994) of the Act of 1965:

“(2) For the avoidance of doubt, the Court, if satisfied that no injustice would be caused to the person by making an order under subsection (1), may make that order even if—

(a) there is a defect in, or an omission of, a non-substantial detail in the request for extradition or any document supporting the request,

(b) there is a variance between any such document and the evidence adduced before the Court, so long as the Court is satisfied that the variance is explained by the evidence, or

(c) there has been a technical failure to comply with a provision of this Act, so long as the Court is satisfied that the failure does not impinge on the merits of the request for extradition.”.