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(i) Does not reside with the staff member; (ii) Is married; or

(iii) Is regarded as a dependant under the special conditions referred to above. (d) A secondary dependant shall be the father, mother, brother or sister of whose fnancial support the staff member provides one half or more, and in any case at least twice the amount of the dependency allowance, provided that the brother or sister fulfls the same age and school attendance requirements established for a dependent child. If the brother or sister is physically or mentally incapacitated for substantial gainful employment, either permanently or for a period expected to be of long duration, the requirements as to school attendance and age shall be waived.

CHAPTER IV

APPOINTMENT AND PROMOTION

Rule 4.1 Letter of appointment

The letter of appointment granted to every staff member contains expressly or by reference all the terms and conditions of employment. All contractual entitlements of staff members are strictly limited to those contained expressly or by reference in their letters of appointment.

Rule 4.2 Effective date of appointment

The appointment of every staff member shall take effect from the date on which the staff member enters into offcial travel status to assume his or her duties or, if no offcial travel is involved, from the date on which the staff member starts to perform his or her duties.

Rule 4.3 Re-employment

(a) Aformer staffmember who is re-employed shall be given a newappointment or, if re-employed within twelve months of separation from service or a longer period following retirement or disability under the Regulations of the Joint Staff Pension Fund, he or she may be reinstated in accordance with paragraph (c) below. (b) If the former staff member is reinstated, it shall be so stipulated in his or her letter of appointment. If he or she is given a new appointment, its terms shall be fully applicable without regard to any period of former service, except as provided below:

(i) Former service may be considered when establishing the level on recruitment and the record of mobility of the staff member; and (ii) When a staff member receives a new appointment in the United Nations common system less than twelve months after separation,

Staff Rules, 3.17-4.3

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