Category: Extradition and treaty Law in India with Canada.
“The Indo-Canadian Extradition Treaty, was notified on 7th May, 1987. Article 3 of the Treaty defines Extradition offences. As per clause 3(1) of the Treaty, an offence to be an extradition offence must be an offence punishable by the laws of both the contracting states by a term of imprisonment for a period of more than one year. Under Section 12 of the Contempt of Court Act, 1971 the maximum punishment is a sentence of simple imprisonment for a period of six months.”