Article Comparison - European Convention on Offences relating to Cultural Property
1. Each Party shall take the necessary measures in order to establish its competence to prosecute any offence relating to cultural property:
a. committed on its territory, including its internal and territorial waters, or in its airspace;
b. committed on board a ship or an aircraft registered in it;
c. committed outside its territory by one of its nationals;
d. committed outside its territory by a person having his/her habitual residence on its territory;
e. committed outside its territory when the cultural property against which that offence was directed belongs to the said Party or one of its nationals;
f. committed outside its territory when it was directed against cultural property originally found within its territory.
2. In the cases referred to in paragraph 1, subparagraphs d and f, a Party shall not be competent to institute proceedings in respect of an offence relating to cultural property committed outside its territory unless the suspected person is on its territory.