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Failure to comply with the requirements set out in the Extradition Act 2003 rendered the warrant invalid. Further, extradition to Poland was not a disproportionate interference with the Claimant’s article 8 ECHR rights, as this had to constitute greater than mere hardship.
7 February 2012
Lloyd Jones J
(i) The Appellant appealed against a decision made on 16th June 2011 by District Judge Rose which, pursuant to section 21(3) of the Extradition Act 2003, ordered the appellant’s extradition to Poland. The Appellant appealed on the basis of two grounds:
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