Trinidad and Tobago
Practice Relating to Rule 52. Pillage
Trinidad and Tobago’s Defence Act (1962), as amended in 1979, provides:
Any person subject to military law who –
(b) steals any property which has been left exposed or unprotected in consequence of warlike operations; or
(c) takes otherwise than for the public service any vehicles, equipment or stores abandoned by the enemy,
is guilty of looting and, on conviction by court-martial, liable to imprisonment or less punishment.