|Publisher||National Legislative Bodies|
|Publication Date||26 September 1862|
|Cite as||Liechtenstein: Constitution [Liechtenstein], 26 September 1862, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3ae6b4ee28.html [accessed 13 March 2014]|
|Comments||This is an unofficial translation. Only provisions relating to aliens and asylum are selected here.|
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Chapter IV - GENERAL RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF CITIZENS OF THE PRINCIPALITY
The domicile rights of aliens shall be determined by treaties or, in their absence, on a basis of reciprocity. Persons staying within the territory of the Principality shall be bound to observe its laws, and shall become entitled to the protection afforded by the Constitution and the other laws.
The conditions under which citizenship rights may be acquired or forfeited shall be laid down in the laws.
The rights of aliens shall be determined in the first instance by treaties, or, in the absence of such, on a basis of reciprocity.