International Crimes and International Criminal Court Act 2000
Terrorism Suppression Act 2000
Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Act 2019
Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Act 1992
Key secondary legislation
International War Crimes Tribunals Regulations 1995
Extradition (Exempted Country: Canada) Order 1999
Extradition (Exempted Country: Czech Republic) Order 2003
Extradition (Exempted Country: Tonga) Order 1999
Extradition (Exempted Country: United States of America) Order 1999
Extradition (Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China) Order 1998
Extradition Regulations 1999
Extradition (Republic of Fiji) Order 1992
Extradition (Republic of Korea) Order 2002
Extradition (United Kingdom and Pitcairn Islands) Order 2003
Extradition (United States of America) Order 1970
Prescribed foreign country Australia
Prescribed foreign country Fiji
Prescribed foreign country Hong Kong
Prescribed foreign country Niue
Prescribed foreign country China
Prescribed foreign country Republic of Korea
Prescribed foreign country United Kingdom
Prescribed foreign country United States of America
Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Regulations 1993
Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters (Section 24(3)) Order 1999
Information/links to recent or currently underway reviews
Several proposed changes to the Terrorism Suppression Act are in a Counter-Terrorism Legislation Bill that is expected to be introduced in 2021. Some of these changes will have an extra-territorial application.
The Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Act was reviewed by the Law Commission in 2016.
Extradition Act - considered as part of the Law Commission’s 2016 review of New Zealand’s extradition and mutual assistance laws.
Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Act - the Counter-Terrorism Legislation Bill will also introduce changes to this Act.