Related Rule
Czech Republic
Practice Relating to Rule 52. Pillage
The Czech Republic’s Criminal Code (1961), as amended in 1999, punishes “whoever in a theatre of war, on the battlefield or in places affected by military operations … seizes another person’s belongings, taking advantage of such person’s distress”. 
Czech Republic, Criminal Code, 1961, as amended in 1999, Article 264(a).
The Czech Republic’s Criminal Code (1961), as amended in 1999, in an article entitled “Plunder in a Theatre of War”, punishes:
Whoever in a theatre of war, on the battlefield or in places affected by military operations:
(a) seizes another person’s belongings, taking advantage of such person’s distress;
(b) arbitrarily destroys another person’s property or takes it under the pretext of military necessity; or
(c) robs the fallen. 
Czech Republic, Criminal Code, 1961, as amended in 1999, Article 264.
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