International Customs Law
In each and every coming year, some provision on extradition of trade in drugs, pirated items and similar things are executed. Some of those conventions are formed new and others are modified from the existing conventions. The provisions on extradition of 1961 and that of 1971 aim at the same prospect but critically analyzing the two sets of conventions it can be inferred that there are numerous differences between the two (Khan, 1979). Comparison of the conventions of 1961 and 1971 along with the analysis of effectiveness of 1988 provisions is done over here.
Provisions on extradition of the 1961 Convention
The 1961 Convention comprise of a number of regulations for extradition. The first one in that list is the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. This convention was made in 1961 but later it was amended in the year of 1972. The specialty of this convention is that it replaced all the related conventions and thus the name “Single Convention” come into existence. This law did was formulated to benefit the entire human race without affecting the world of business. This statement is supported by the fact that the convention minimized the abusive effect of narcotic drugs but simultaneously allowed legitimate trade on this business as a part of it this business seems to be important and thus it is safeguarded by this convention (L and E, 1962). Prohibition of production and use of drugs for all purposes will result to adverse outcomes. Thus, this convention specifically allowed the production, use, export and import of the drugs that are required in medical ground and for the need of researches; but in contrast, the convention prohibited the production, use and trade of all other drugs. In addition to the mentioned regulations, it has also formulated many other articles which have put the limitation depending upon the parameters of time, amount of production and materials (Stewart, 1989).