South African Treaties, Conventions, Agreements and State Papers, Subsisting on the 1st Day of September, 1898: Compiled by Order of the Right Honourable Sir J. Gordon Sprigg ... Prime Minister
W. A. Richards & Sons, 1898 - Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) - 451 pages
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Page 292 - that the requisition for his surrender has in fact been made with a view to try or punish him for an offence of a political character; 2. A fugitive criminal shall not, until he has been restored, or had an opportunity of returning, to the State by which he
Page 314 - applied to. Article VI. A fugitive criminal shall not be surrendered if the offence in respect of which his surrender is demanded is one of a political character, or if he prove that the requisition for his surrender has, in fact, been made with a view to try or punish him for an offence of a political character. Article VII.
Page 263 - officer of any company made criminal by any Act for the time being in force. Rape. Abduction. Child stealing. Burglary and housebreaking. Arson. Robbery with violence. Threats by letter or otherwise with intent to extort. Piracy by law of nations. Sinking or destroying a vessel at sea, or attempting or conspiring to do so.
Page 278 - State where the conviction took place ; and if in every case the warrants, depositions, statements, copies, certificates, and judicial documents, as the case may be, are authenticated by the oath of some witness or by being sealed with the official seal of some officer of the Government of the State
Page 289 - The parties hereto, having judged it expedient, with a view to the more complete prevention of crime within the territories of Basutoland and the Orange Free State respectively, that persons accused or convicted of having committed certain crimes, and being fugitives from justice should under certain circumstances be reciprocally delivered up, have agreed upon the following Articles
Page 308 - XIII. If the individual claimed by one of the two High Contracting Parties in pursuance of the present Treaty should be also claimed by one or several other Powers on account of other crimes or offences committed upon their respective territories, his extradition shall be granted to that State whose demand is earliest in date.
Page 307 - 4. In every case such warrant, deposition, affirmation, copy, certificate, or judicial document must be authenticated either by the oath of some witness, or by being sealed with the official seal of the Minister of Justice, or some other Portuguese Minister; but any other mode of
Page 278 - Depositions or statements on oath taken in either of the aforesaid States, whether taken in the presence of the fugitive criminal or not, and copies of such original depositions or statements, and certificates of or judicial documents stating the fact of conviction may, if duly authenticated, be received in evidence in proceedings under this Act.
Page 300 - surrender has been made, for any other crime, or on account of any other matters than those for which the extradition shall have taken place, until he has been restored, or has had an opportunity of returning to the State by which he has been surrendered. The
Page 309 - Whereas by the Extradition Acts, 1870 and 1873, it was amongst other things enacted that where an arrangement has been made with any foreign State with respect to the surrender to such State of any fugitive criminals, Her Majesty may, by Order in Council, direct that the said Acts