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Section 103 – The Army Act,1950

The Army Act,1950

Section 103. Interval between commital and court- martial

In every case where any such person as is mentioned in section 101 and as is not on active service remains in such custody for a longer period than eight days, without a court- martial for his trial being ordered to assemble, a special report giving reasons for the delay shall be made by his commanding officer in the manner prescribed, and a similar report shall be forwarded at intervals of every eight days until a court- martial is assembled or such person is released from custody.

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