Paragraph（1）The Past Laws referred to these Rules are Military Justice Law of Armed Forces prior to the enforcement of the Military Justice Law effective October 1, 1956 and other orders regarding Military Justice.
Paragraph（2）The Military Justice Law referred to these Rules is the Military Justice Law effective October 1, 1956.
Paragraph（3）The Revised Military Justice Law referred to these Rules is the Military Justice Law amended effective October 3, 1999.
Where the investigation or trial of a case has already commenced prior to the enforcement of Revised Military Justice Law, all its court proceedings subsequent thereto shall, unless otherwise specifically provided therein, be applied in accordance with the Revised Military Justice Law.
Paragraph（1）Final judgements in accordance with the Past Laws prior to the enforcement of the Military Justice Law may not be appealed, provided that retrial motion or extraordinary appeal may be made in accordance with the Military Justice Law.
Paragraph（2）Prior to the enforcement of Military Justice Law, the Article 10 of the Martial Law shall be applied in final judgements against civilian defendants in accordance with the Past Laws if applicable, provided, that it is otherwise provided by other laws this provision shall not apply.
Motions for retrial specified in paragraph one of the preceding Article shall be heard by a court of trial of fact.
The Enforcement Rules of the Code of Criminal Procedure shall apply mutatis mutandis if not contrary to these Rules.
These Rules shall be put into force from the commence date of the Revised Military Justice Law.