7.4.15 Suitable living-in accommodation
Note for Item 4: In the total workforce system, a member of the Reserves may be described as a member in Service category 2, 3, 4 or 5.
7.4.16 Classification of living-in accommodation by rank group and purpose
7.4.17 Change in member's rank group
7.4.18 CDF may decide that accommodation is unsuitable
Example: Flooding or fire damage.
Non-example: The member is promoted into a new rank group and their accommodation level is below their rank group accommodation level.
Example: A Medical Officer who is undertaking compulsory residency at a civilian hospital. The member is on 24-hour call and unable to live in.
Non-example: The member works a continuous shift roster and the other residents do not. Shift work is not exceptional in the ADF.
Example: A member's accommodation needs significant repairs and has been found unsuitable and the member's licence is ended. There is other living-in accommodation available for the member to move into. The member is granted a new licence to live in for the new accommodation.