Reservations and Declarations for Treaty No.024 - European Convention on Extradition

Nature of declaration : Declarations, Denunciations, Derogations
Status as of 21/10/2017

Liechtenstein

Declaration contained in the instrument of accession, deposited on 28 October 1969 - Or. Fr.

The Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein declares that Liechtenstein law does not permit extradition of Liechtenstein nationals. Once they have entered the territory of the Principality, they will be tried by the Liechtenstein authorities under Liechtenstein criminal law (paragraph 36 of the Penal Code) for offences committed abroad, whatever the laws of the country where the offence was committed. 'Nationals' within the meaning of the Convention are persons possessing Liechtenstein nationality.
Period covered: 26/01/1970 -
Articles concerned : 6

Declaration contained in the instrument of accession, deposited on 28 October 1969 - Or. Fr.

The Principality of Liechtenstein requires that requests and the documents to be produced which are written in a language other than German must be accompanied by a translation into that language.
Period covered: 26/01/1970 -
Articles concerned : 23


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