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RULE Air Force Rules, 1969
   
  CHAPTER-I
1. Short title
2. Definitions
3. Reports and applications
4. Forms set forth in schedule
5. Exercise of power vested in holder of air force appointment
6. Cases un provided for
   
  CHAPTER II: ENROLMENT AND ATTESTATION
7. Enrolling officers and form of enrolment
8. Persons to be attested
9. Oath or affirmation to be taken on attestation
   
  CHAPTER III: DISMISSALS, DISCHARGES, ETC.
10. Discharge not to be delayed
11. Discharge certificate
12. Date from which retirement discharge, release, removal or dismissal otherwise than by sentence of a court-martial takes effect
13. Release
14. Retirement
15. Authorities empowered to authorise discharg
16. Dismissal or removal of officers for misconduct
17. Removal from service of officers on grounds other than misconduct
18. Dismissal or removal of a person subject to the Act other than an officer
   
  CHAPTER IV: RESTRICTIONS ON FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND PROVISIONS RELATING TO ARRESTS, ETC
19. Membership of Organisations
20. Political and other activities
21. Communications to Press, Lectures etc
22. Manner and extent of custody pending trial or confirmation of court-martial proceedings
23. Delay report
   
  CHAPTER V: INVESTIGATION OF CHARGES AND TRIAL BY COURT-MARTIAL
24. Disposal of the charge of adjournment for taking down the summary of evidence
25. Remand of accused
26. Application of rules 24 and 25 to officers exercising powers of a commanding officer
27. Action by officer having power to convene a district court-martial
28. Action by officer having power to convene a general court-martial
29. Limitation of powers of minor punishment according to rank
30. Powers of minor punishment of Subordinate Commanders
31. Summary disposal of charge against officers and warrant officers
32. Summary award of punishment by commanding or other officer
33. Revision of minor punishments
34. Charge-sheet and charge
35. Commencement of charge-sheet
36. Contents of Charge
37. Signature on charge-sheet
38. Validity of charge-sheet
39. Opportunity for accused to prepare defence
40. Warning of accused for trial
41. Joint trial of several accused persons
   
  EXCEPTION FROM RULES
42. Suspension of rules on the ground of the exigencies of the service or the necessities of discipline
43. Convening of general and district court-martial
44. Adjournment for insufficient number of officers
45. Ineligibility and disqualification of officers for court-martial
46. Composition of general court-martial
47. Composition of a district court-martial
48. Units of members of court-martial
   
  Procedure at Trial-Constitution of Court
49. Inquiry by court as to legal constitution
50. Inquiry by court as to amenability of accused and validity of charge
   
  Procedure at Trial--Challenge and Swearing
51. Appearance of accused and prosecutor
52. Proceedings for challenges of members of court
   
  Form of Oath
53. Form of oath, Form of affirmation
54. Judge-Advocate- Form of oath, Form of affirmation..
55. Persons to administer oaths and affirmations
56. Arraignment of accused
57. Objection by accused to charge
58. Amending of charge
59. Special plea to the jurisdiction
60. General plea of "guilty" or "not guilty"
61. Plea in bar
62. Procedure after plea of "guilty"
63. Withdrawal of plea of "not guilty"
64. Plea of "not guilty" and case for prosecution
65. Plea of no case
66. Procedure for defence
67. Procedure where accused does not call witnesses to the facts of the case
68. Procedure where accused calls witnesses to the facts of the case
69. Summing up by judge-advocate
70. Consideration of finding
71. Form record and announcement of finding
72. Procedure on acquittal
   
  CHAPTER VII: PUNISHMENTS
73. Procedure on conviction
74. Sentence
75. Recommendation to mercy
76. Announcement of sentence and signing and transmission of proceedings
77. Revision
78. Promulgation
79. Mitigation of sentence on partial confirmation
80. Confirmation notwithstanding informality in, or excess of punishment
81. Member or prosecutor not to confirm proceedings
82. Seating of members
83. Responsibility of presiding officer
84. Power of court over address of prosecutor and accused
85. Procedure on trial of accused persons together
86. Separate charge-sheets
87. Sitting in closed court
88. Hours of sitting
89. Continuity of trial and adjournment of court
90. Suspension of trial
91. Proceedings on death or illness of the accused
92. Death, retirement or absence of presiding officer
93. Presence of members during trial
94. Taking of opinions of members of court
95. Procedure on incidental question
96. Swearing of court to try several accused persons
97. Swearing of interpreter and shorthand writer
98. Evidence, when to be translated
99. Record in proceedings of transactions of courts-martial
100. Custody and inspection of proceedings
101. Transmission of proceedings after finding
102. Defending officer and friend of accused
103. Counsel allowed in certain general and district courts-martial
104. Requirements for appearance of counsel
105. Counsel for prosecution
106. Counsel for accused
107. General rules as to counsel
108. Qualifications of counsel
109. Statement by accused when defended by counsel or officer
110. Disqualifications of judge-advocate
111. Powers and duties of judge-advocate
112. Calling of all prosecutor's witnesses
113. Calling of witnesses whose evidence is not contained in summary
114. List of witnesses for accused
115. Procuring attendance of witnesses
116. Procedure when essential witness is absent
117. Withdrawal or witnesses from court
118. Oath or affirmation to be administered to witnesses
119. Mode of questioning witnesses
120. Question to witness by court or judge-advocate
121. Recalling of witnesses and calling of witnesses in reply
122. Addresses may be in writing
123. Provisions as to finding of insanity
124. Preservation of Proceedings
125. Right of person tried to copies of proceedings
126. Copy of proceedings not to be given in certain cases
127. Loss of proceeding
128. Validity or irregular procedure in certain cases
129. Offences of witnesses and others
130. Convening the court and record of proceedings
131. Charge
132. Trial of several accused persons
133. Challenges
134. Swearing or affirming the court, judge-advocate etc
135. Arraignment
136. Plea to jurisdiction
137. Evidence
138. Defence
139. Record of the evidence and defence
140. Finding and sentence
141. Adjournment
142. Application of rules
143. Evidence of opinion of convening officer
144. Committal warrant
145. Warrants under section 171
146. Sentence of cashiering or dismissal
147. Custody of person under sentence of death
148. Opportunity for petition against sentence of death
149. Death warrant
150. Execution of sentence of death
151. Procedure on pardon, or where proceedings are set aside or where sentence of death is commuted or remitted
152. Field Punishment
153. Nature of punishment of detention
   
  CHAPTER VI: COURTS OF INQUIRY
154. General
155. Courts of Inquiry under section 107 for the purpose of determining the illegal absence of persons subject to the Act
156. Courts of inquiry other than those held under section 107
157. Imposition of collective fines under section 90
   
  CHAPTER VII: PRESCRIBED AUTHORITIES, OFFICERS AND OTHER MATTERS
158. Conditions prescribed under section 4 (xxiii) (b).
159. Conditions prescribed under section 4 (xxvii).
160. Prescribed officer under section 7(l)
161. Prescribed officer under section 80
162. Prescribed officer under section 92(l)
163. Prescribed officer under section 94 of the Act
164. Prescribed authority under section 98
165. Prescribed authorities under sections 99 and 100
166. Prescribed officers under section 108(i)
167. Prescribed officers under section 124
168. Prescribed officer under section 141(l)
169. Manner of custody under section 144(4)
170. Prescribed officer under section 145
171. Prescribed officer under section 161(2)
172. Prescribed officer under section 162 and annulment of proceedings
173. Prescribed officer under section 166(l)
174. Prescribed officer under section 177
   
  First Schedule
  Second Schedule
 
 
 

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