A person subject to service law1 is not entitled to seek redress in the civilian courts for an infringement of rights given to him, not by the ordinary law, but only by service law, although there is a statutory complaints procedure2 and in certain cases he may make a claim to an employment tribunal or seek judicial review3. Even if the court martial or other service tribunal, or an officer, does, or causes to be done, to a person subject to service law an act amounting to a common law wrong, such as an assault or false imprisonment, then,
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