§ Mr. John Patten
I beg to move amendment No. 36, in page 14, line 23, after 'State' insert'in the case of which the Extradition Act 1870 applies or as between which and the United Kingdom extradition procedures under this Part of this Act are available'.
§ Mr. Patten
These drafting amendments are designed to ensure that repatriation cases are dealt with on the basis of the relevant treaty with the requesting state. The Bill failed to make that clear, but the amendments put it right and I commend them to the House.
§ Amendment agreed to.
Amendments made: No. 37, in page 15, line 21, at end insert
'as they apply in the case of that state'.
No. 38, in page 15, line 21, at end insert—
'(aa) if it is made by some person recognised as a diplomatic representative of a foreign state as between whom and the United Kingdom extradition procedures under this Part of this Act are available, the following provisions of this Act, as they apply in the case of that state—
No. 39, in page 15, line 24, leave out from '1967' to end of line 25 and insert
`as it applies in the case of that country or dependency'.— [Mr. John Patten.]