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9.2.34 Travel in advance of ceasing continuous full-time service


Example: A member may go on long service or other leave before ceasing continuous full-time service without returning to service before ceasing continuous full-time service. They may choose to travel to their new home during that time when they have a removal. In this case, they may choose to take their travel benefit in advance of ceasing continuous full-time service.

Note: In the total workforce system, continuous full-time service may be described as service in Service category 6 or 7. A member who is in Service category 3, 4 or 5 and Service option C is also on continuous full-time service.

9.2.35 Limits to travel on leaving a family benefit location


Example: A member is posted to Sydney. The member chooses to remove their resident family to Brisbane. Their removal on ceasing continuous full-time service is to Melbourne. The Commonwealth will only pay travel costs associated with the removal from Sydney to Melbourne.

9.2.36 Involuntary separation through member's fault

9.2.37 Recruit who chooses free discharge

9.2.38 Deferral of travel benefit

9.2.39 Failure to complete service

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