(as amended by Schedule II to the Protocol on the Termination of the Occupation Regime in the Federal Republic of Germany, signed at Paris on 23 October 1954)
The United States of America, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the French Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany agree as follows:—
5.
The appropriate authorities of the Forces may
(b) take into custody a person who is subject to German criminal jurisdiction, without subjecting him to the ordinary routine of arrest, in order immediately to deliver him, together with any weapons or items seized, to the nearest appropriate German authorities:
(ii) in the following cases in which the German authorities are unable to act with the necessary promptness:
(1) when apprehended in flagrante delicto for the commission or attempted commission of a criminal offence against the Forces, their members, or the security, property or other legally protected rights (Rechtsgüter) of the Forces or their members; or
(2) if there is danger of flight, for the commission, or attempted commission, of a criminal offence under Sections 1 to 9 inclusive of Annex A to the present Convention;
Inhoudsopgave
No. I
ANNEX A. TO SIR F. HOYER MILLAR'S LETTER OF JUNE 11, 1956, TO H.E. MONSIEUR A. LAMPING, AMBASSADOR OF THE NETHERLANDS AT BONN
Article 1. Definitions
Article 2. Observance of German - Law Political Activity
Article 3. General Obligations
Article 4. Reciprocal Assistance and Security
Article 5. Liaison
- SECTION I. — Criminal Proceedings
+ SECTION II. — Non-Criminal Proceedings
+ SECTION III. — Provisions Common to Criminal and Non-Criminal Proceedings
- SECTION I. — Rights and Obligations
+ SECTION II. — Support
Article 49
Article 50
Article 51. Review
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