(a) Costs of defending extradition proceedings
(i) receipt by such Insured Person of an official notice in writing from the responsible governmental authority advising of a request for extradition being made against them; or
(ii) the execution of a warrant for the arrest of such Insured Person,
whichever is the earlier.
Extradition proceedings includes any appeal relating thereto as well as judicial review applications challenging the designation of any territory for the purposes of the Extradition Act 1962 and the Amendment Amendment Act, No 79 of 1996 of the Republic of South Africa (or the equivalent legislation in any other territory), (including for the avoidance of doubt, the selection of the USA as a designated category 2 territory), any extradition decision by the Secretary of State or applications to the European Court of Human Rights or similar court with respect to extradition proceedings.
The Insurers liability in respect of this extension shall not exceed 20% of the limit of indemnity stated in the schedule.
(b) Extradition crisis costs and extradition media expenses
The Insurers will pay, as part of the limit of indemnity, at the election of the Insured Person:
(i) up to 10% of the sub-limit for extradition costs for media expenses; and
(ii) up to 10% of the sub-limit for extradition costs for extradition crisis costs
For the purposes of this extension
(i) extradition crisis costs mean the reasonable fees, costs and expenses of any accredited counsellor and/or tax adviser retained by the Insured Person, with the Insurers prior written consent, directly in connection with extradition proceedings brought against such Insured Person;
(ii) extradition media expenses mean the reasonable fees, costs and expenses of public relations consultants retained by the Insured Person, with the Insurers prior written consent, directly in connection with extradition proceedings brought against such Insured Person.