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Armed Forces Act 2001

Part 2 – Abolition of office of Deputy Judge Advocate

125.The Lord Chancellor has not appointed any Deputy Judge Advocates for some years, since there are no practical, jurisdictional or other reasons for distinguishing between this post and Assistant Judge Advocates General. Thus, any references in legislation to this Deputy Judge Advocates are now redundant, and the office is to be abolished. This is done by paragraph 5 of the Schedule. Paragraphs 6 to 10 make consequential changes.

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