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29. For article 4 of the Civil Partnership (Armed Forces) Order 2005(1) (condition as to employment and capacity) is substituted—
“4.—(1) The employment and capacities referred to in article 3 arise when a civilian is serving or employed under Her Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom in a capacity connected with Her Majesty’s forces (within the meaning of the Armed Forces Act 2006) and specified in paragraph (2).
(2) The capacities referred to in paragraph (1) are capacities involving the performance of any of the following functions, namely, administrative, executive, judicial, clerical, typing, duplicating, machine operating, paper keeping, managerial, professional, instructional, scientific, experimental, technical, industrial or labouring functions.”
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