Extradition request in the UAE

1- The law governing the extradition process is under Federal law No. 39 (2006) which is about International Judicial Cooperation in Criminal matters
2- Anyone residing in UAE can make an extradition request against the accused or the person who has committed a crime.
3- To process the request of extradition, a treaty has to be signed between UAE and the country of extradition and the provisions of such treaties may include additional requirements
4- For the extradition to be considered in the UAE, the offence should also be considered a crime in the country of the accused.
5- If the offence of the accused relates to execution of custody, then the custody should be no less than six months for extradition
6- Interpol is the body through which a request can be made against the accused.
7- The severity of the crime will decide the type of notice to be issued. For serious offences and crime the red notice is given to the accused.
8- Notices issued by Interpol are official and has an international effect and the accused can be held under custody.
9- If the crime in the UAE is under a different name, description or has other components then the extradition country, it will not be considered the same