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Final provisions
Index of defined expressions.     80. In this Act the expressions listed below are defined or otherwise explained by the provisions indicated-
act and conduct (in Part V)
section 68
ancillary offence (in Part V)
–in England and Wales
–in Northern Ireland

section 55
section 62
appropriate judicial officer (in Part II)
section 26
section 1(2)
British aircraft, British hovercraft and British ship
section 75
competent court (in Part II)
section 26
crime against humanity (in Part V)
section 50(1)
delivery order (in Part II)
section 5(3)
detained (in sections 42 to 47)
section 48(1)
genocide (in Part V)
section 50(1)
the ICC
section 1(1)
ICC crime
section 1(1)
the ICC Statute
section 1(1)
national court
section 74
person subject to UK service jurisdiction (in Part V)
section 67(2)
the prisoner (in Part IV)
section 42(1)
provisional warrant (in Part II)
section 3(5)
remand (in Part II)
section 16
section 2 warrant (in Part II)
section 2(5)
service court
section 74
United Kingdom national (in Part V)
section 67(1)
war crime (in Part V)
section 50(1)
Commencement.     81. - (1) The provisions of this Act come into force on such day as the Secretary of State may by order appoint.
      (2) Any such order shall be made by statutory instrument and may appoint different days for different provisions and purposes.
Repeals.     82. The enactments mentioned in Schedule 10 are repealed to the extent specified.
Short title.     83. This Act may be cited as the International Criminal Court Act 2001.
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