Enlistment (Reserve Service Orders and Notices) Regulations
G.N. No. S 345/1989
REVISED EDITION 1990
(25th March 1992)
[18th August 1989]
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Enlistment (Reserve Service Orders and Notices) Regulations.
2. In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires, “mobilisation centre” means a place appointed by the proper authority at which a person liable for reserve service shall report for service.
—(1) The proper authority may, by letter delivered personally or sent by registered post addressed to a person who is liable for reserve service at the usual or last known place of residence or business of that person, assign to that person any code or codes in words, figures or symbols and designate a mobilisation centre.
(2) The proper authority may, by letter sent in the manner set out in paragraph (1), vary or revoke any code or codes so assigned or change the mobilisation centre so designated under that paragraph.
—(1) When an order or notice to report for reserve service is served pursuant to section 29(2)(c) of the Act, it may be so served by broadcasting over radio and television any code or codes in words, figures or symbols as may be determinated by the proper authority.
—(1) Every person who is liable for reserve service and who has been assigned in accordance with regulation 3 any code or codes which has or have been broadcast over radio and television or transmitted by radio-communications pager shall, upon hearing or seeing the broadcast or transmission, immediately report in uniform for reserve service at the mobilisation centre assigned to him under regulation 3.
(2) Notwithstanding paragraph (1), where the time for reporting is stated in the broadcast or transmission referred to in that paragraph, the person liable for reserve service shall report for reserve service at the time so stated.