About the rules:

Anti-doping rules govern sports. These rules, with the aim of caring out anti-doping rules and regulations in a coordinated and equal manner throughout the world, have a distinct nature from criminal and civil procedures. These rules are not to be construed or restricted in accordance with national requirements and applicable legal standards in criminal or civil proceedings, although they should be formulated in a manner that respects the principles of proportionality and human rights. All courts and tribunals and judicial authorities should be know and respect the distinctive nature of the anti-doping rules that make up the code when reviewing the facts, rules and regulations of each case. They should also be aware that these rules and regulations reflect the satisfaction of a wide range of stakeholders around the world in relation to what is necessary to support and ensure fair sport.

According to the WADA Code, Iran NADO is responsible for all aspects of doping control.