Information, property or persons subject to the control of a third State or international organisation

Portuguese Republic

Law No. 144/99, of 31 August, on International Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters

Part II

Extradition from Portugal

Section I

Article 33
Offences committed in a third State

In the case of offences committed on the territory of a State other than the requesting State, extradition may be granted only if under identical circumstances Portugal would have had jurisdiction under Portuguese law, or if the requesting State can prove that the former State does not request the extradition of the person concerned.

Rome Statute

Article 93 Other forms of cooperation


(b) Where, however, the request from the Court concerns information, property or persons which are subject to the control of a third State or an international organization by virtue of an international agreement, the requested States shall so inform the Court and the Court shall direct its request to the third State or international organization.