6.5.51 Period for which storage is provided – general
6.5.52 Member with dependants
Example for table item 3a: A member is eligible for three-bedroom housing assistance. The member occupies a one-bedroom house. The CDF must consider the size of a three-bedroom home.
Example for table item 3b: Wardrobes, if built-in wardrobes are fitted.
Example for table item 5a: A member is eligible for three-bedroom housing assistance. The member occupies a one-bedroom house. The CDF must consider the size of a three-bedroom home.
Example for table item 5b: Wardrobes, if built-in wardrobes are fitted.
6.5.53 Member with dependants (unaccompanied)
6.5.54 Member without dependants
6.5.54A Posting to RAAF Base Tindal
6.5.55 Newly enlisted members
6.5.56 Storage of statutory officer's official Defence vehicle
6.5.57 Members with own home at posting location
Example: A member may wish to store a wardrobe while living in a suitable own home with built-in wardrobes. They could then use the wardrobe on a later posting where built-in wardrobes are not available.
6.5.58 Storage at a personal location at member's expense
6.5.59 Charges when removal is deferred
6.5.60 Storage on ceasing continuous full-time service
6.5.61 Storage on death of a member with dependants
6.5.62 Removal to and from a storage facility
Example: A member lives in rented furnished accommodation. They have less than six months of a posting left. They are offered a Service residence. The CDF considers that the removal of their furniture and effects from storage to the Service residence is necessary for them to occupy that residence. The CDF also considers it would be cost-effective. The CDF approves the removal.
6.5.63 Review of storage of furniture and effects
When a member's eligibility for storage stops, Commonwealth insurance cover on the stored goods also stops. The member may wish to take out their own cover.