|Title:||Federal Law on cooperation with the International Criminal Court, 2002|
|Title in original language:||Bundesgesetz über die Zusammenarbeit mit dem Internationalen Strafgerichtshof|
|Entry into force:||01.10.2002|
The Law on Cooperation with the International Criminal Court was adopted on 10 July 2002, published on 13 August 2002 and entered into force on 1 October 2002.2 It provides the legal basis for compliance with requests from the ICC for the arrest and surrender of suspects and for other forms of assistance, including the handing over of information to the Court. It also provides that persons convicted by the ICC may serve their sentences in Austria and lays down rules for the enforcement of fines and forfeiture measures. Lastly, it includes a provision relating to the punishment of offences against the administration of justice by the ICC.