In order to obtain a continuation on the basis of the absence of defence counsel in the criminal proceedings, the defendant must prove that the absence is due to an unforeseeable reason.  (g) For any purpose other than those for which temporary detention under this Agreement is exercised, the detainee shall be deemed to remain in the custody and jurisdiction of the sending State, and any escape from temporary detention may be treated as escape from the original place of deprivation of liberty or by any other means permitted by law. Requests for extensions must generally be made in writing and submitted to both the court and the other party (other parties to the proceedings).  The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure give federal district courts the power to issue local rules of practice and procedure.  In general, written questions are required. If this does not succeed, it will lead to a rejection of a continuation.       (c) With respect to the proceedings made possible by this Article, the proceedings shall be commenced within 120 days of the detainee`s arrival in the Receiving State, but for good cause demonstrated in open court in the presence of the detainee or his defence counsel, the court having jurisdiction over the matter may grant any necessary or appropriate continuation. If all the requirements of an application for an extension are met and described in the affidavit submitted to the court and this is not done for late purposes, refusing to continue may constitute an abuse of discretion.   Absence for intentional intoxication is not a valid reason to pursue civil proceedings.  Absence due to mental illness  may or may not be a legitimate reason for pursuing civil proceedings.  (h) From the date on which a State Party receives custody of a detainee under this Convention until he or she is returned to the territory and custody of the sending State, the State in which one or more charges, information or complaints are pending without trial or in which a trial is instituted shall be responsible for the detainee and shall also bear all costs of transportation; Care, storage and return of the prisoner. The provisions of this paragraph shall apply unless the States concerned have concluded an additional agreement providing for a different sharing of costs and responsibilities between themselves or between them. Nothing in this document shall be construed as modifying or affecting any internal relationship between the ministries, agencies and officials of a State Party and within the Government of a State Party or between a State Party and its subdivisions with respect to the payment of costs or responsibilities in this regard.
ARTICLE VI When issuing a continuation, several factors are taken into account because a witness or evidence is missing: this agreement must be interpreted as fulfilling its purpose. The provisions of this Agreement are separable and if a phrase, clause, phrase or provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid with respect to the Constitution of a State Party or the United States or its applicability to any government, body, person or circumstance, the validity of the remainder of this Agreement and its applicability to any government, the Agency, the person or the circumstances are not affected. In the event of conflict with the Constitution of a State party, the Convention shall remain in full force for the other States and fully in force for the State concerned in all separable matters. Maintenance is appropriate if the defendant is unable to assist the lawyer due to mental illness.  If the accused has been deceived by the state in connection with a criminal offence, continued existence may be granted.    There were contrary opinions where prosecution was permissible, and any question of a likely improvement of the respondent was not the test and was irrelevant.  Although survival is the result of a judge`s order made by the judge at a trial or hearing, it can also come from a statute or statute. The terms survival and displacement are often used interchangeably.
 A civil case may be sued because of the death or illness of one of the parties to the action.  The court may require the party seeking the extension to prove the reasons for the absence of defence counsel.     In order to justify the continuation of the civil proceedings on the basis of a lack of evidence, it is necessary to show that the missing evidence is relevant to the case.   (e) The detainee shall be returned to the sending State as soon as possible in accordance with the objectives of this Agreement. States parties note that charges brought against a prisoner, prisoners on the basis of undisputed charges, information or complaints and difficulties in obtaining expeditious proceedings against persons already detained in other jurisdictions create uncertainties that hamper prisoners` treatment and rehabilitation programmes. Accordingly, the policy of States Parties and the purpose of this Agreement is to promote the prompt and orderly settlement of such charges and the determination of the appropriate status of all prisoners on the basis of unaudited accusations, information or complaints. States parties also note that proceedings relating to such charges and detentions, if they arise from another jurisdiction, cannot be properly conducted without cooperative procedures. The purpose of this Agreement is also to provide for such cooperation procedures. (f) During the prolonged or temporary detention or during the other disposition of the detainee for trial in accordance with this Agreement, the execution of the sentence shall continue, but the detainee may be served in a timely manner only if and to the extent that this is done in accordance with the laws and practices of the court which imposed the sentence; is permitted. Prosecution may continue if the accused is too ill to attend the trial.  In cases where there is little hope that the respondent`s health will ever improve and that his survival may be rightly denied. It is worth noting the case of an 80-year-old man who had many delays due to a chronic illness.