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15. (1) The court administration officer may appoint a person to act as interpreter for the purposes of any proceedings.
(2) Before an interpreter begins to act, an oath must be administered to him.
(3) Before an interpreter is sworn, his name must be read out and any party to the proceedings may object to him on any reasonable ground, and, if the judge advocate upholds any such objection, the interpreter shall not be sworn.
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