A person found by the Court Martial1 to be unfit to stand trial and to have done the act or made the omission charged against him may, with the leave of the Court Martial Appeal Court ('the Appeal Court')2, appeal to it against either or both of those findings3. The Appeal Court must allow an appeal against any such finding if it thinks the finding is unsafe and must dismiss such an appeal in any other case4. If the Appeal Court allows an appeal against such a finding it must quash that finding5. Where the Appeal Court quashes a
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