Règle correspondante
Practice Relating to Rule 160. Statutes of Limitation
Austria’s Penal Code (1974), which provides for possible life imprisonment for, inter alia, acts such as murder (Article 75), specific cases of rape (Article 201(3)) and genocide (Article 321), states: “Acts which are punishable with life imprisonment, or which are punishable with imprisonment for a period between ten and twenty years or life imprisonment, are not subject to statutory limitations.” 
Austria, Penal Code, 1974, Article 57(1).