SURRENDER OF OFFENDERS
TO THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
26S. (1) Any state or diplomatic immunity attaching to a person by reason of a connection with a state party to the ICC Treaty does not prevent proceedings under this Part in relation to that person.
(2) Where -
(a) state or diplomatic immunity attaches to a person by reason of a connection with a state other than a state party to the ICC Treaty, and
(b) waiver of that immunity is obtained by the ICC in relation to a request for that person’s surrender,
the waiver shall be treated as extending to proceedings under this Part in connection with that request.
Immunity of the Court, its Property, Funds and Assets
1. The Court, and its property, funds and assets, wherever located and by whomsoever held, shall be immune from every form of legal process, except insofar as in any particular case the Court has expressly waived its immunity. It is however, understood that no waiver of immunity shall extend to any measure of execution.