PART 5 - DOMESTIC PROCEDURES FOR OTHER TYPES OF CO-OPERATION
Identifying or locating persons or things
Assistance in locating or identifying persons or things—
(1)This section applies if the ICC requests assistance under any of articles 19(8), 56, 64, or 93(1)(a) of the Statute in locating, or identifying and locating, a person or a thing believed to be in New Zealand.
(2)The Attorney-General may give authority for the request to proceed if the Attorney-General is satisfied that—
(a)the request relates to an investigation being conducted by the Prosecutor or a proceeding before the ICC; and
(b)the person to whom or thing to which the request relates is or may be in New Zealand.
Request by a Tribunal for assistance
4 Tribunal may request assistance
(3) without limiting the generality of subsection (1), a Tribunal may make a request for assistance of any 1 or more of the following types :
(a) arresting and surrendering to the Tribunal a person in relation to whom the Tribunal has issued an arrest warrant :
(b) executing a request for search and seizure:
(c) obtaining evidence or a document or other article:
(d) providing a document or other record:
(e) locating and identifying a witness or suspect:
(f) arranging for a person to give evidence or assist an in-vestigation:
(g) causing the forfeiture of tainted property:
(h) serving documents:
(i) arranging for the Tribunal to sit in New Zealand.
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: