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(1)The provisions of Article 12 of the Reserve and Auxiliary Forces (Consequential Provisions) Order, 1939, shall not apply with respect to any part of any person’s period of service as a person called out which falls during the period of the present emergency.
(2)The provisions of Article 6 of the Military Training (Consequential Provisions) Order, 1939, shall not apply with respect to any part of any person’s period of training which falls within the period of the present emergency.
(3)In this section the expression “called out” has the same meaning as in the Reserve and Auxiliary Forces (Consequential Provisions) Order, 1939, and the expression “period of training” has the same meaning as in the Military Training (Consequential Provisions) Order, 1939.
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