Section 39 Arms Act, 1950

 Section 39 Arms Act, 1950: 

Absence without leave. Any person subject to this Act who commits any of the following

offences, that is to say,-

(a) absents himself without leave; or

(b) without sufficient cause overstays leave granted to him; or

(c) being on leave of absence and having received information from proper authority that any corps, or

portion of a corps, or any department, to which he belongs, has been ordered on active service, fails,

without sufficient cause, to rejoin without delay; or

(d) without sufficient cause fails to appear at the time fixed at the parade or place appointed for

exercise or duty; or

(e) when on parade, or on the line of march, without sufficient cause or without leave from his superior

officer, quits the parade or line of march; or

(f) when in camp or garrison or elsewhere, is found beyond any limits fixed, or in any place prohibited,

by any general, local or other order, without a pass or written leave from his superior officer; or

(g) without leave from his superior officer or without due cause, absents himself from any school when

duly ordered to attend there; shall, on conviction by court- martial, be liable to suffer imprisonment for

a term which may extend to three years or such less punishment as is in this Act mentioned.

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