A member of a visiting force1, or of a civilian component2 of such a force, is exempt from the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom courts3 in respect of an offence against United Kingdom law4 alleged to have been committed by him if, at the time of the alleged commission of the offence, he was subject to the jurisdiction5 of the service courts6 of the country to which the visiting force in question belonged, and one or more of the following conditions is satisfied7:
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