Diplomatic Relations and Immunities Act, 1967

General immunities of experts of Council.

35.—Experts (other than officials or servants of the Council) performing missions for the Council shall have and enjoy such privileges, immunities and facilities as are necessary for the independent exercise of their functions during the period of their missions, including the time spent on journeys in connection with their missions. In particular, they shall have and enjoy—

(a) immunity from arrest or detention and from seizure of baggage;

(b) immunity from legal process in respect of words spoken or written or acts done by them in the performance of their missions aforesaid and within the limits of their authority;

(c) inviolability in respect of papers and documents.