[F1146 Deduction for payment of civil penalties.E+W+S+N.I.
Where a person sentenced or ordered by a civil court (whether within or without Her Majesty’s dominions) to pay a sum by way of fine, penalty, damages, compensation or costs in consequence of being charged before the court with an offence is at the time of the sentence or order, or subsequently becomes, a member of the regular air force, then if the whole or any part of that sum is met by a payment made by or on behalf of any air-force authority, the amount of the payment may be deducted from his pay].
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