Provisions of the Visiting Forces Act 1952 are applied, with adaptations, to specified international headquarters and defence organisations established in pursuance of common defence arrangements1. The provisions so applied are those relating to:
(1) the exercise of powers by service courts and authorities of countries sending visiting forces2;
(2) the restriction, as respects certain offences, of trial by United Kingdom courts of offenders connected with visiting forces3;
(3) the restriction on proceedings in respect of the terms of service of members of visiting forces4;
(4) coroners' inquests and the removal of bodies of deceased persons5;
(5) the application to
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