—(1) The president of a subordinate military court or, if a judge advocate is present, the judge advocate shall keep a record of the proceedings of the trial.
(2) The president of a subordinate military court may, if a judge advocate is not present, notwithstanding subsection (1) during any proceedings of the court, appoint a person to keep on his behalf the record of the proceedings or may direct that the record shall be taken by a recording device or by some other mechanical device.
(3) The charge-sheet and the documents admitted by the court, and any other documents which the president of the subordinate military court may direct, shall be attached to the record of the proceedings and shall form part thereof.
(4) The president of a subordinate military court and every member of the court who is so required by the president shall record the grounds for his decision in writing and such written judgment or grounds of decision shall form part of the record of the proceedings.
(5) The president of a subordinate military court orany member when he has recorded his judgment shall not alter or revise the same.
(6) A clerical error may be rectified at any time and any other mistake may be rectified before the court rises for the day.
(7) The record of the proceedings shall be authenticated by the president of a subordinate military court.
(8) The record of the proceedings of a subordinate military court authenticated by the president of the court shall be conclusive evidence of any thing contained therein unless it is proved that it has been falsified.
(9) A record of the proceedings of a subordinate military court purporting to be signed by the president of the court shall be presumed to be so signed.