ARRANGEMENT OF CLAUSES
|THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT|
|1.||The ICC and the ICC Statute.
|ARREST AND DELIVERY OF PERSONS|
|Proceedings on request|
|2.||Request for arrest and surrender.|
|3.||Request for provisional arrest.|
|4.||Dealing with person arrested under provisional warrant.|
|5.||Proceedings for delivery order.|
|6.||Supplementary provisions as to proceedings before competent court.|
|7.||Consent to surrender.
Proceedings where court refuses delivery order
|8.||Procedure where court refuses order.|
|9.||Appeal against refusal of delivery order: England and Wales.|
|10.||Appeal against refusal of delivery order: Scotland.
Proceedings where court makes delivery order
|11.||Procedure where court makes order.|
|12.||Right to review of delivery order.|
|13.||Waiver of right to review.
Warrants, custody, bail and related matters
|14.||Effect of warrant of arrest.|
|15.||Effect of delivery order.|
|16.||Bail and custody: general.|
|17.||Bail and custody: supplementary.|
|18.||Bail and custody: consultation with the ICC, &c.|
|19.||Discharge of person not delivered up.|
|20.||Discharge of person no longer required to be surrendered.
Request for transit and unscheduled landing
|21.||Request for transit.|
|23.||Provisions as to state or diplomatic immunity.|
|24.||Delivery up of persons subject to criminal proceedings, &c.|
|25.||Documents having effect as warrants, &c.|
|26.||Meaning of "appropriate judicial officer" and "competent court".
|OTHER FORMS OF ASSISTANCE|
|27.||Provision of assistance.
Forms of assistance
|29.||Taking or production of evidence.|
|30.||Taking or production of evidence: further provisions.|
|31.||Service of process.|
|32.||Transfer of prisoner to give evidence or assist in investigation.|
|33.||Entry, search and seizure.|
|34.||Taking of fingerprints or non-intimate sample.|
|35.||Orders for exhumation.|
|36.||Provision of records and documents.|
|37.||Investigation of proceeds of ICC crime.|
|38.||Freezing orders in respect of property liable to forfeiture.
|39.||Production or disclosure prejudicial to national security.
|40.||Verification of material.|
|41.||Transmission of material to the ICC.
|ENFORCEMENT OF SENTENCES AND ORDERS|
|Sentences of imprisonment|
|42.||Detention in the United Kingdom in pursuance of ICC sentence.|
|43.||Temporary return or transfer of custody to another state.|
|44.||Transfer to another part of the United Kingdom: transfer of ICC sentence.|
|45.||Transfer to another part of the United Kingdom: transfer for temporary purposes.|
|46.||Domestic sentence current at end of term of ICC sentence.|
|47.||Custody of prisoner in transit, &c.|
|48.||Interpretation of ss. 42 to 47.
|49.||Power to make provision for enforcement of other orders.
|OFFENCES UNDER DOMESTIC LAW|
|50.||Meaning of "genocide", "crime against humanity" and "war crime".
England and Wales
|51.||Genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.|
|52.||Conduct ancillary to genocide, etc. committed outside jurisdiction.|
|53.||Trial and punishment of main offences.|
|54.||Offences in relation to the ICC.|
|55.||Meaning of "ancillary offence".|
|56.||Saving for general principles of liability, etc.|
|57.||Protection of victims and witnesses.
|58.||Genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.|
|59.||Conduct ancillary to genocide, etc. committed outside jurisdiction.|
|60.||Trial and punishment of main offences.|
|61.||Offences in relation to the ICC.|
|62.||Meaning of "ancillary offence".|
|63.||Saving for general principles of liability, etc.|
|64.||Protection of victims and witnesses.
|65.||Responsibility of commanders and other superiors.|
|67.||Meaning of "UK national" and "person subject to UK service jurisdiction".|
|68.||References to acts to include omissions, etc.
|69.||Offences under section 1 of the Geneva Conventions Act 1957.|
|70.||Extradition: Orders in Council under the 1870 Act.|
|71.||Extradition: exception to dual criminality rule under the 1989 Act.|
|72.||Extradition: offences not regarded as of political character etc.|
|73.||Consequential amendments of armed forces legislation.
|74.||Meaning of "national court" and "service court".|
|75.||Meaning of "British aircraft", "British hovercraft" and "British ship".
Application and extent
|76.||Application of provisions in relation to other International Tribunals.|
|79.||Power to make provision in relation to Scotland.
|80.||Index of defined expressions.|