A recruit1 has the right to determine his service by giving not less than 14 days' notice in writing to his commanding officer2, subject to certain provisions3.
A person enlisted for local service has the right to determine his service by giving notice to his commanding officer that he wishes to do so on a date specified in the notice, and his service will be determined on that date accordingly4. The period of notice is to be not less than 90 days ending on the date specified in the notice5. Where a person on being enlisted for local service is
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