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Section 177 – Air Force Act,1950

Air Force Act,1950

177. Pardon and remission.

When any person subject to this Act has been convicted by a court-martial of any offence, the Central Government,1[the Chief of the Air Staff], an air or other officer commanding a group of, or the prescribed officer, may-

(a) Either with or without conditions which the person sentenced accepts, pardon the person or remit the whole or any part of the punishment awarded; or

(b) Mitigate the punishment awarded; or

(c) Commute such punishment for any less punishment or punishments mentioned, this Act:

Provided that a sentence of transportation shall not be commuted for a sentence of imprisonment for a ten-n exceeding the term of transportation awarded by the court; and a sentence of imprisonment shall not be commuted for a sentence of detention for a term exceeding the term of imprisonment so awarded;

(d) Either with or without conditions which the person sentenced accepts, release the person on parole.

1. Subs. by Act 19 of 1955, sec. 2 and Sch., for “the Commander-in-Chief’.

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Section 177 – Air Force Act,1950

Air Force Act,1950

 

 

177. Pardon and remission.

 

When any person subject to this Act has been convicted by a court-martial of any offence, the Central Government,1[the Chief of the Air Staff], an air or other officer commanding a group of, or the prescribed officer, may-

 

(a) Either with or without conditions which the person sentenced accepts, pardon the person or remit the whole or any part of the punishment awarded; or

 

(b) Mitigate the punishment awarded; or

 

(c) Commute such punishment for any less punishment or punishments mentioned, this Act:

 

Provided that a sentence of transportation shall not be commuted for a sentence of imprisonment for a ten-n exceeding the term of transportation awarded by the court; and a sentence of imprisonment shall not be commuted for a sentence of detention for a term exceeding the term of imprisonment so awarded;

 

(d) Either with or without conditions which the person sentenced accepts, release the person on parole.

 

1. Subs. by Act 19 of 1955, sec. 2 and Sch., for “the Commander-in-Chief’.

 

 

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