Problem: A Mexican woman came to the Philippines and was admitted as transient. It was found a few days later that her passport was forged. Deportation proceedings were then started against her. Ten days later, she married a Filipino. Would she still be subject to deportation? Why?
May it be demanded as matter of right?
May it be granted in the absence of treaty?
True or false.
Trial of the extradited person can be had only for the offense stated BOTH in the request for extradition and in the treaty of extradition.
There can be no extradition for political or religious offenses.
The crime must have been committed within the territory or jurisdiction of the demanding state.
There ought to be prima facie proof of guilt.
Why is the right of legation or of diplomatic intercourse necessary?
Distinguish: Active and Passive right of legation.
State the causes for the termination of diplomatic mission.