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The Courts-Martial (Army) Rules 1997

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Administration of oaths and affirmations

41.—(1) This rule applies subject to rule 38 above.

(2) After the accused has been given the opportunity to challenge the members of the court, oaths or affirmations shall be administered in the presence of the accused.

(3) The judge advocate, or any other member of the court on his behalf, shall administer an oath or affirmation to—

(a)the president;

(b)each officer member of the court;

(c)any person in attendance for instruction;

(d)any interpreter;

(e)any witness.

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