PART IV - ARREST AND SURRENDER OF PERSONS
19. Entry into and passage through Mauritius
Any person entering and passing through Mauritius in custody by virtue of a warrant or order issued by the International Criminal Court shall, during his passage through Mauritius, be deemed to be in lawful custody and may be held in any police cell, prison or such other detention facility as may be designated by the Attorney-General.
PART III - FORMS OF MUTUAL ASSISTANCE
8. Request for transfer of detained persons to Mauritius
(1) Where a foreign State or an international criminal tribunal grants a request made by Mauritius under section 4(2)(l), the Central Authority may, by written notice addressed to the Commissioner of Prisons, authorise -
(a) the temporary detention in Mauritius, for such period as may be specified in the notice, of a person detained in a foreign State, or by an international criminal tribunal, who is to be transferred to Mauritius ; and
(b) the return in custody of the person to the foreign State, or international criminal tribunal, when his presence is no longer required.
(c) A person being transported shall be detained in custody during the period of transit;