Related Rule
Practice Relating to Rule 50. Destruction and Seizure of Property of an Adversary
Nicaragua’s Military Penal Law (1980) punishes “anyone who, during military operations, … destroys or illegally occupies property under the pretext of military necessity”. 
Nicaragua, Military Penal Law, 1980, Article 82.
Nicaragua’s Military Penal Code (1996) punishes any “soldier who … without being required by the necessities of war, burns, destroys or seriously damages buildings, ships, aircraft or other non-military enemy property”. 
Nicaragua, Military Penal Code, 1996, Article 59.
The Code also punishes any soldier who “unlawfully and without necessity requisitions buildings or movable property located in enemy territory”. 
Nicaragua, Military Penal Code, 1996, Article 60(1).