GENERAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE
24. (1) This Part applies to a request by the ICC for assistance that is made under—
(a) Part 9 of the Statute, namely—
(v) the service of documents, including judicial documents;
DOMESTIC PROCEDURES FOR OTHER TYPES OF CO-OPERATION
91. (1) This section applies if the ICC requests assistance under any of article 19(8), 56, 58(7), 64 or 93(1)(d) of the Statute in arranging for the service of a document in Trinidad and Tobago.
(2) The Attorney General may give authority for the request to proceed if he is satisfied that—
(a) the request relates to an investigation conducted by the Prosecutor or a proceeding before the ICC;
(b) the person or body to be served is or may be in Trinidad and Tobago.
(3) If the Attorney General gives authority for the request to proceed he shall forward the request for service to the appropriate Trinidad and Tobago agency, and that agency shall, without delay—
(a) use its best endeavours to have the process served—
(i) in accordance with any procedure specified in the request; or
(ii) if that procedure would be unlawful or inappropriate in Trinidad and Tobago, or if no procedure is specified, in accordance with the law of Trinidad and Tobago; and
(b) transmit to the Attorney General—
(i) a certificate as to service, if the document is served; or
(ii) a statement of the reasons that prevented service, if the docu¬ment is not served.
(4) In this section, “document” includes—
(a) a summons requiring a person to appear as a witness; and
(b) a summons to an accused that has been issued under article 58(7) of the Statute.
1. States Parties shall, in accordance with the provisions of this Part and under procedures of national law, comply with requests by the Court to provide the following assistance in relation to investigations or prosecutions: