Related Rule
Azerbaijan
Practice Related to Rule 94. Slavery and Slave Trade
Azerbaijan’s Criminal Code (1999), as amended to 2007, provides:
106.1. Slavery, i.e. full or partial realization of competencies inherent to the right of property on person—
shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of five to ten years.
106.2. In case the same actions committed against [a] minor or with the purpose of trafficking—
shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of seven to twelve years.
106.3. Slave trafficking, i.e. forcing [a] person [in]to slavery or using him/her as a slave, keeping [him/her] for the purpose of selling or exchanging, taking decisions about the person, or any deed related to slave trafficking and transportation of slaves, as well as a deed attempting against sexual freedom, resulting from sexual slavery or slavery.
shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of five to ten years. 
Azerbaijan, Criminal Code, 1999, as amended to Law 522-11QD dated 25 December 2007, Article 106.
In 2007, in its third periodic report to the Human Rights Committee, Azerbaijan stated:
The slave trade, that is detaining persons for the purpose of their enslavement or use as slaves, the sale, exchange or disposal in any other manner of persons, and also any act associated with the slave trade or the transportation of slaves, along with sexual slavery or encroachments on sexual freedom in the form of slavery are punishable by terms of deprivation of liberty for periods of between 5 and 10 years. 
Azerbaijan, Third periodic report to the Human Rights Committee, 10 December 2007, UN Doc. CCPR/C/AZE/3, submitted 4 October 2007, § 173.