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Section 8 – The Extradition Act,1962

The Extradition Act,1962

8. Surrender of fugitive criminal.

If, upon receipt of the report and statement under sub-section (4) of section 7, the Central Government is of opinion that the fugitive criminal ought to be surrendered to the foreign State or commonwealth country, it may issue a warrant for the custody and removal of the fugitive criminal and for his delivery at a place and to a person to be named in the warrant.

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