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(c) Payment of removal expenses shall be on the basis of shipment from and to the following destinations:

(i) On appointment, from the place of recruitment or the place recognized as the staff member's home for purposes of home leave under rule 5.3, to the offcial duty station:

(ii) Upon separation from service, from the offcial duty station to any one place to which the staff member is entitled to be returned in accordance with the provisions of rule 7.1;

(iii) Payment of removal expenses from or to a place other than those specifed may be authorized under terms and conditions defned by the Secretary-General. No expenses shall be paid for removing a staff member's personal effects and household goods from one residence to another at the same duty station.

Adjustments to entitlements

(d) Where both husband and wife are staff members and each is entitled to removal of personal effects and household goods under this rule or to unaccompanied shipment under rule 7.18, and taking into account rule 4.9 (d), the maximum entitlement to removal at Authority expense for both spouses shall be that provided for a staff member with a spouse or dependent child residing at the offcial duty station.

(e) In cases where, for reasons not attributable to the Authority, the staff member has not completed the period of service in respect of which removal costs have been paid, these costs may be adjusted proportionately and recovery made under conditions established by the Secretary-General.

Rule 7.25

Loss of entitlement to unaccompanied shipment or removal expenses

(a) Astaff member who resigns before completing two years of service shall not normally be entitled to payment of removal expenses under rule 7.24 above. (b) Entitlement to removal expenses under rule 7.24 (a) (i) and (ii) shall normally cease if removal has not commenced within two years after the date on which the staff member became entitled to removal expenses or if the staff member services are not expected to continue for more than six months beyond the proposed date of arrival of the personal effects and household goods. (c) Upon separation from service, entitlement to unaccompanied shipment expenses under rule 7.18 (i) or removal expenses under rule 7.24 shall cease if the shipment or removal has not commenced within two years after the date of separation. However, in accordance with rule 4.9 (d), where both husband and wife are staff members and the spouse who separates frst is entitled to unaccompanied shipment or removal expenses, his or her entitlement shall not cease until two years after the date of separation of the other spouse.

Staff Rules, 7.24-7.25

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