Vorbehalte und Erklärungen für Vertrag Nr.024 - Europäisches Auslieferungsübereinkommen

Art der Erklärung : Vorbehalte
Datum 19/10/2017

Norwegen

Reservation made at the time of signature, on 13 December 1957 - Or. Engl.

Extradition may be refused on humanitarian grounds if surrender is likely to have consequences of an exceptional gravity for the person claimed, particularly by reason of his age, state of health or other personal circumstances.
In Kraft: 18/04/1960 -
Artikel betroffen : 1

Reservation made at the time of signature, on 13 December 1957 - Or. Engl. - and modified by a letter from the Permanent Representative of Norway, dated 17 January 1977, registered at the Secretariat General on 19 January 1977 - Or. Engl.

Under the terms of the Norwegian Act No. 39 of 13 June 1975, relating to the Extradition of Offenders etc., paragraph 3, Norway is in a position to grant extradition only in respect of an offence, or a corresponding offence, which under Norwegian law is punishable, or would have been punishable with imprisonment for more than one year.

[Note by the Secretariat: The reservation read initially as follows : "Under the terms of the Norwegian extradition law of 13 June 1908, paragraph 2, Norway is in a position to grant extradition only in respect of offences which under the Norwegian Criminal Code are punishable, or would have been punishable, by imprisonment for more than one year."]
In Kraft: 18/04/1960 -
Artikel betroffen : 2

Reservation made at the time of signature, on 13 December 1957 - Or. Engl. - and modified by a letter from the Permanent Representative of Norway, dated 17 January 1977, registered at the Secretariat General on 19 January 1977 - Or. Engl.

Norway reserves the right, in the light of individual circumstances, to consider the offence described in paragraph 3 of Article 3 as a political offence.

[Note by the Secretariat: the reservation read initially as follows : "Under the terms of the Norwegian extradition law, paragraph 3, extradition for the taking or attempted taking of the life of a head of state or a member of his family may not be granted if the offence has been committed in connection with another offence which has a political character."]
In Kraft: 18/04/1960 -
Artikel betroffen : 3

Reservation made at the time of signature, on 13 December 1957 - Or. Engl. - and modified by a letter from the Permanent Representative of Norway, dated 17 January 1977, registered at the Secretariat General on 19 January 1977 - Or. Engl.

When an offence under military law also comprises an offence in respect of which extradition otherwise is permissible, Norway reserves the right to stipulate that the extradited person shall not be punished under the military law of the requesting State.

[Note by the Secretariat : the reservation read initially as follows : "In regard to offences which under Norwegian law would have been considered as military offences, extradition is only permissible, under the terms of paragraph 2 of the Norwegian extradition law, if the offence, stripped of its military elements, would have constituted an extraditable offence, and on condition that the extradited person shall not be more severely punished than by the maximum penalty provided for the corresponding offence in the ordinary criminal code."]
In Kraft: 18/04/1960 -
Artikel betroffen : 4

Reservation made at the time of signature, on 13 December 1957 - Or. Engl.

The Norwegian authorities reserve the right to require the requesting Party to produce prima facie evidence to the effect that the person claimed has committed the offence for which extradition is requested. The request may be refused if the evidence is found to be insufficient.
In Kraft: 18/04/1960 -
Artikel betroffen : 12


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