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Friday, 22 May 1970

Circumstances of Payment

This allowance is paid to a member granted a removal and:

a.   where suitable premises for residence are not available on his arrival in the locality to which he is removed; or

b.   he is unable to enter into occupancy of his residence at the new locality by reason of unavoidable delay in the transport cf his household furniture and effects; and

c.   by reason of either of the above circumstances it is necessary for him to reside with his family at an hotel or other house of accommodation at the new locality.

The maximum amount of Temporary Accommodation Allowance that may be paid will be that by which the cost of board and lodging exceeds, in respect of the period for which the allowance is claimed, the total of the member's normal rem, i.e., 15% of pay and allowances plus an amount which represents the ordinary expenditure of the member and his family for food.

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