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Details of Treaty No.024
|Title||European Convention on Extradition|
|Opening of the treaty||Paris, 13/12/1957 - Treaty open for signature by the member States and for accession by non-member States|
|Entry into Force||18/04/1960 - 3 Ratifications.|
The European Convention on Extradition provides for the extradition between Parties of persons wanted for criminal proceedings or for the carrying out of a sentence. The Convention does not apply to political or military offences and any Party may refuse to extradite its own citizens to a foreign country.
With regard to fiscal offences (taxes, duties, customs) extradition may only be granted if the Parties have decided so in respect of any such offence or category of offences. Extradition may also be refused if the person claimed risks the death penalty under the law of the requesting State.
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