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The Armed Forces Act 2006 (Transitional Provisions etc) Order 2009

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81.  (1)  Without prejudice to the generality of article 80, where a hospital order and restriction order made by virtue of section 116A(1)(a) of AA 1955 or AFA 1955 or section 63A(1)(a) of NDA 1957 are continued in effect by that article, the orders are to be treated for the purposes of section 171 of AFA 2006 (remission for trial) as a hospital order and restriction order made by the Court Martial which the Court Martial had power to make by virtue of section 169(1)(a).

(2) Where—

(a)a person has been remitted for court-martial trial under section 116B(5) of AA 1955 or AFA 1955 or section 63B(5) of NDA 1957, and

(b)the trial has not begun by commencement,

the person is to be treated as having been remitted under section 171(1) of AFA 2006 for trial by the Court Martial.

(3) The first reference in paragraph (1) to a hospital order and restriction order made as mentioned there includes—

(a)a hospital order and restriction order made by virtue of section 16(1)(b) or 23(2)(a) of CMAA 1968;

(b)a hospital order and restriction order made by virtue of section 25B(1) of that Act in a case in which a finding within section 116A(1)(a) of AA 1955 or AFA 1955 or section 63A(1)(a) of NDA 1957 was made by a court-martial.

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