Nothing in this Act shall be construed as preventing the provision to the International Criminal Court of assistance (other than assistance provided for under this Act) which is not prohibited by any other enactment or any rule of law.
(1) The Minister may from time to time make such regulations as appear to him or her to be necessary or expedient for giving full effect to this Act or any provision of it.
(2) Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, the regulations may provide for—
(a) matters ancillary to the execution of requests by the Court for assistance,
(b) (i) retaining, preserving or protecting documents or other articles seized or otherwise obtained in the course of complying with a request by the Court for assistance,
(ii) sending them to the Court, and
(iii) where appropriate, returning them to the person from whom they were seized or disposing of them otherwise,
(c) matters necessary or expedient for giving full effect to any investigations or sittings of the International Criminal Court in the State, and
(d) the text for the time being of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence and the Elements of Crimes.
(3) Regulations under this section shall be laid before each House of the Oireachtas as soon as may be after they are made and, if a resolution annulling the regulations is passed by either such House within the next 21 days on which that House has sat after they are laid before it, the regulations shall be annulled accordingly, but without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done under them.
States Parties shall ensure that there are procedures available under their national law for all of the forms of cooperation which are specified under this Part.