For the purposes of any proceedings before any court in the United Kingdom1, an aircraft commander's2 power to deliver up a person extends to any person who the commander has reasonable grounds to believe has done on the aircraft while in flight3 any act which in the commander's opinion is a serious offence under the law of the country in which the aircraft is registered4. The commander may deliver the person concerned in the United Kingdom to a constable or immigration officer
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