1. (a) The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg reserves the right to exclude the application of Article 1 to foreign nationals who are not nationals of a Contracting State and whose habitual residence is not in Luxembourg, if there are no reciprocal arrangements between Luxembourg and the State of which the applicant for legal aid is a national.
The present reservation does not apply to foreign nationals whose access to legal aid is expressly recognised by law.
(b) The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg shall not apply the second paragraph of Article 13 to nationals of a State that has entered the reservation provided for in Article 28(b) of the Convention and where necessary to persons whose habitual residence is in that State.
(c) The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg shall not apply the provisions of Chapter II to nationals of a State that has entered the reservation provided for in Article 28(c) of the Convention and where necessary to persons whose habitual residence is in that State.
Without prejudice to the Central Authority's powers to enlist the services of a lawyer, the public prosecutor in the place of domicile or residence of the defendant shall be competent to institute and pursue any proceedings with the object of enforcing an order for payment of costs and expenses as provided for in Article 15 of the Convention.
The Procurator General shall have the same powers in the event of proceedings before the Court of Appeal or the Court of Cassation.