An assessment order1 must specify the date by which the assessment is to begin and have effect for such period, not exceeding seven days beginning with that date, as may be specified in the order2. Where an assessment order is in force with respect to a child, it is the duty of any person who is in a position to produce the child3: (1) to produce him to such person as may be named in the order; and (2) to comply with such directions4 relating to the assessment of the child as the judge advocate5 making the order considers
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