Central authority

The body that has the responsibility and power to receive requests for mutual legal assistance and either to execute them or to transmit them to the competent authorities for execution. The central authority in the UK is based within the National Crime Agency’s (NCA’s) International Crime Bureau. Central authorities are responsible for ensuring that requests are executed quickly and properly.

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