Law of Extradition and Its Implications for Human Rights Violations: A Critical Analysis in National Perspective

  • Kamya Wahal
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  • Kamya Wahal

    Student at Amity Law School, Noida, India

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In the 21st century, the concept of extradition has evolved into international cooperation to prevent world social interests and to prevent and suppress crimes, including international crimes. In the context of the development of international humanitarian law, a crisis arose for the full protection of the rights and interests of individuals, including human rights. The Extradition law serves this purpose. The study of extradition law raises questions about is the extent and scope of the Extradition Act, effects and consequences of the Extradition Act, Implications of human rights principles for extradition law, legal approach to extradition and law reform needed to eliminate the menace. This study therefore aims to find out the nature, purpose and policy of the legal regulation and principle governing extradition rights, to determine current relevance, usefulness, appropriateness, effectiveness and implementation, to determine whether the laws in force in India are satisfactory or whether any special laws need to be amended or enacted in this regard, to determine and investigate the cause of this problem and to attract attention and come up with suitable suggestions to strengthen the law.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 2128 - 2157


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