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The United Kingdom Forces (Jurisdiction of Colonial Courts) Order 1965

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5.  Nothing in section 3 or 4 of this Order shall affect—

(a)any powers of arrest, search, entry, seizure or custody exercisable under the law of the Territory with respect to offences committed or believed to have been committed against that law; or

(b)any obligation of any person in respect of a recognizance or bail bond entered into in consequence of his arrest, or the arrest of any other person, for such an offence; or

(c)any power of any court to remand (whether on bail or in custody) a person brought before the court in connection with such an offence.

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