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13.—(1) In these Rules, “activation order” includes an order made by the court determining the suspension of an SDA suspended sentence of imprisonment and committing the offender to imprisonment.
(2) In this paragraph, “SDA suspended sentence of imprisonment” means a sentence of imprisonment—
(ii)a Standing Civilian Court,
(iii)the Courts-Martial Appeal Court on an appeal brought from a court-martial, or
(iv)the House of Lords on an appeal brought from a decision of the Courts-Martial Appeal Court, and
(b)suspended under section 120 of AA 1955 or AFA 1955, section 90 of NDA 1957, or paragraph 20(4) of Schedule 3 to the Armed Forces Act 1976(1).
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