Nirav Modi loses appeal against extradition in the UK High Court: The Times of India 

Nirav Modi has lost his appeal against extradition to India to face charges of fraud, money-laundering, tampering with evidence and influencing witnesses, which was dismissed by two High Court judges at the Administrative Court, who ruled that he should be extradited to India from the UK.

Click here to read the article in full on The Times of India website. The article was first published on 10 November 2022.

If the high Court does not grant certification, then his only hope is a Rule 39 injunction from the European Court of Human Rights.

“To get that he has to prove a real and imminent risk to his health,” said Ben Keith, Barrister at 5 St Andrew's Hill. 

Ben Keith is a leading barrister specialising in cross-border and international cases. He deals with all aspects of Extradition, Human Rights, Mutual Legal Assistance, Interpol, Financial crime and International Law including sanctions. He represents governments, political and military leaders, High Net Worth individuals, human rights defenders and business leaders in the most sensitive cases. 

He is ranked in Chambers and Partners as a band 1 leader in the field of Extradition at the London Bar and in the Legal 500 as a Tier 1 leading individual in international crime and extradition. Ben is also ranked in Chambers & Partners in the field of Immigration.