II. Specific provisions
D. Custody pending surrender, surrender and transit
Competing requests from the International Criminal Court and a State
(1) Should the Principality of Liechtenstein receive a request for surrender from the International Criminal Court and a request for extradition from another State in respect of the same person, the Ministry of Justice shall decide which request is given priority pursuant to article 90 of the Rome Statute.
(2) Should the Ministry of Justice give priority to a request for extradition from another State over a request for surrender from the International Criminal Court and the request for extradition is subsequently rejected or withdrawn, the International Criminal Court shall be notified of this without delay.
6. In cases where paragraph 4 applies except that the requested State is under an existing international obligation to extradite the person to the requesting State not Party to this Statute, the requested State shall determine whether to surrender the person to the Court or extradite the person to the requesting State. In making its decision, the requested State shall consider all the relevant factors, including but not limited to:
(i) In the event that a State Party receives competing requests, other than for surrender or extradition, from the Court and from another State pursuant to an international obligation, the State Party shall endeavour, in consultation with the Court and the other State, to meet both requests, if necessary by postponing or attaching conditions to one or the other request.
(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.