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36.—(1) In preliminary proceedings the court may give such directions as appear to it to be necessary to secure the proper and efficient management of the case.
(2) Without prejudice to paragraph (1), the court may make an order or ruling on—
(a)whether the court or the Court Martial should try the case;
(b)any question as to the admissibility of evidence;
(c)any question as to the joinder or severance of charges; or
(d)any other question of law, practice or procedure relating to the case.
(3) Any direction given in preliminary proceedings shall have effect throughout any related proceedings unless varied or discharged by—
(a)the judge advocate who gave it; or
(b)the judge advocate for any related proceedings.
(4) Any order or ruling made in preliminary proceedings shall have effect throughout any related proceedings unless varied or discharged by the court.
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