Contact: Glenn Biggs, Partner and Allison Haworth, Associate; Carter Newell (Queensland, Australia)
The recent slowdown in capital expenditure in mining, coupled with softening Chinese demand and falling commodity prices, has undeniably impacted job growth across the resources industry. DFP Recruitment has released its mining and resources jobs index which registered a 3.8% fall in September 2014 with the index down 25.6% nationally over the year. Queensland has witnessed a notable decline of 55.01% over the last 12 months.
Where the proposal has already been sent by the requesting party, Interpol will arrest the suspect and produce him to the Public Prosecution within 48 hours of his arrest. After the arrest, investigations are begun, the suspect’s accusation is heard, and a normal trial procedure is started. Moreover, the role of the prosecution is to ensure that the suspect’s investigation is conducted in a fair manner and that the accusations against him are accurate in order for the suspect to be extradited. It should be noted that, unless the UAE courts have jurisdiction to trial the suspect, the Prosecution does not judge the person to be a criminal in the UAE, he is only considered as a person who should be delivered to the concerned country.
Procedures of the UAE to deliver a suspect of Extradition:
Contact: Shannon O'Hara, Senior Associate; Carter Newell (Queensland, Australia)
In July 2014, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs (Committee) released their report which considered the use of remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) in Australia and the regulation of air safety and privacy associated with the use of RPAs.
Contact: Awatif Khouri; Al Rowaad Advocates & Legal Consultants (United Arab Emirates)
As per Federal Law No. 39 of 2006 governs the extradition of criminals. Terms and conditions to be applied when delivering a suspect are set out in Article 7 of Law No. 39 these state that: