as the case may be, which are served by the courts, in which he is from time to time a judge, the same conditions of service as respects remuneration, leave and pension, and the same rights as respects disciplinary matters or, as the case may be, as respects the tenure of his office, or rights as similar thereto as changed circumstances may permit, as that person was entitled to immediately before the appointed day.
(3) Nothing in this Act shall be construed as enabling the rights and liabilities, of any person with respect to the family pension funds vested in Commissioners under section two hundred and seventy-three of the Government of India Act, 1935, to be governed otherwise than by Orders in Council made (whether before or after the passing of this Act or the appointed day) by His Majesty in Council and rules made (whether before or after the passing of this Act or the appointed day) by a Secretary of State or such other Minister of the Crown as may be designated in that behalf by Order in Council under the Ministers of the Crown (Transfer of Functions) Act, 1946
Indian armed forces.
11.—(1) The orders to be made by the Governor-General under Indian the preceding provisions of this Act shall make provision for the armed forces, division of the Indian armed forces of His Majesty between the new Dominions, and for the command and governance of those forces until the division is completed.
(2) As from the appointed day, while any member of His Majesty's forces, other than His Majesty's Indian forces, is attached to or serving with any of His Majesty's Indian forces—
(a) he shall, subject to any provision to the contrary made by a law of the Legislature of the Dominion or Dominions concerned or by any order of the Governor-General under the preceding provisions of this Act, have, in relation to the Indian forces in question, the powers of command and punishment appropriate to his rank and functions ; but
(b) nothing in any enactment in force at the date of the. passing of this Act shall render him subject in any way to the law governing the Indian forces in question.
British forces in India.
12.—(1) Nothing in this Act affects the jurisdiction or authority British forces of His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom, or of the Admiralty, the Army Council, or the Air Council or of any other United Kingdom authority, in relation to any of His Majesty's forces which may, on or after the appointed day, be in either of the new Dominions or elsewhere in the territories which, before the appointed day, were included in India, not being Indian forces.
- 9 & 10 Ge0 6. c. 31.