3. The executing judicial authority accepts surrender to another state according to the following rules: the Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Act was introduced by the Government in the House of Lords in January 2020. It would give the police the power to determine without an arrest warrant for the purposes of extradition. Currently, the bill only applies to certain non-EU countries. This is explained by the fact that the power already exists under the EQF and is therefore not necessary for member states during the transitional period. The government said that in the future, power could be extended to EU countries if the UK loses access to the MEQE. However, during the second reading debate in the upper house, the minister said the bill was not an “attempt.” the EHB`s ability to replicate.” The police requested this power as part of their contingency planning in the absence of an agreement. In accordance with the final provisions, the Agreement will enter into force on the first day of the third month following the date on which the Secretary-General of the Council of the European Union has ascertained that all formal requirements (including the filing of notifications and declarations) have been met. With the filing of notifications and declarations by Italy on 29 August 2019, all EU Member States, Iceland and Norway have deposited their declarations and notifications. As a result, the formal requirements are met and the agreement entered into force on 1 November 2019. The European Judicial Network`s library provides further information on notifications and declarations as well as other useful details. The draft EU negotiating mandate states that, in future prosecutions and judicial cooperation, the UK will have to take into account that the UK will be a non-Schengen third country.
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