Under the « No Evidence » approach, the requesting party must submit certain documents in support of an extradition request.9 The Committee was informed that: the extradition treaty with Malaysia provides for a number of compelling and arbitrary reasons why the requested party may refuse extradition.29 A number of requests have raised particular concerns about the death penalty in extradition requests. 32 The extradition treaty with Malaysia is implemented by the provisions of section 55 of the Extradition Act. The Extradition Act and extradition regulations implement the provisions of Australia`s other 34 bilateral extradition treaties, and the provisions of the extradition treaty with Malaysia are consistent with its safeguards and safeguards34 In order to support an extradition request, the requesting party must provide the following: The shift from the original approach to the no-evidence approach is a trend towards greater simplification of extraditions. he told himself that there was nothing else to do. Standard of proof for extradition requests11 In this Treaty, Article 3(2) sets out a special requirement for consultation before requesting the extradition of a person who is facing an offence punishable by death. . . .