Where a civilian policeman1 has arrested a relevant person2 under a warrant of a judge advocate3 and that person is delivered into service custody4, or a relevant person has surrendered to a civilian policeman and is transferred to service custody without being brought before a court5, a certificate6 containing the required information7 is to be handed over with that person to the person receiving him into service custody8. Where a court arranges for the relevant person to be transferred to service custody9, it must provide a certificate containing the required information and details of whether the relevant person admitted
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