Part 3 - Special Circumstances
Chapter 14. Moves to Intended Place of Residence (IPR)

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14.01 Introduction

This chapter sets out the relocation benefits and expenses applicable for a move to an IPR on:

  1. release from the Regular Force;
  2. transfer from the Regular Force to the Reserve Force; or
  3. a member being deceased, officially reported missing, becoming a prisoner of war, being interned or detained by a foreign power, or declared mentally incapacitated.

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14.02 Entitlement

A member who is eligible under this chapter is entitled to claim relocation expenses in respect of a move to an IPR if the member has elected an IPR (see Section 14.2).

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14.03 Meaning of "local move"

In this chapter, "local move" means a relocation of 40 km or less, measured using the shortest normal route available to the public, from a person’s current residence to their intended place of residence.

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Section 14.1 Eligibility criteria


14.1.01 Eligibility criteria table

A Regular Force member’s eligibility to a move to an IPR is based on the period of continuous Regular Force service and release item in accordance with the following table:

Eligibility criteria table
Criteria #1
Period of continuous Regular Force service
Criteria #2
Release Item (from the table to QR&O 15.01)
Authorized IPR
Less than 10 years

2 – Unsatisfactory service;
4(a) – On request – When entitled to an immediate annuity;
4(b) – On completion of a fixed period of service; and
5 – Service completed.

Place of enrolment (or any location provided that the cost does not exceed the cost of a move to the place of enrolment). See also CAFRD 14.5.06 regarding spending accounts.

Less than 10 years

3 – Medical

Any location in accordance with this chapter. See also CAFRD 14.5.06 regarding spending accounts.

10 or more years

Release items as above.

Any location in accordance with this chapter. See also CAFRD 14.5.07 regarding spending accounts.

20 or more years

Release items as above; and

4(c) – On request – Other causes.

Any location in accordance with this chapter. See also CAFRD 14.5.07 regarding spending accounts.

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14.1.02 Meaning of "continuous Regular Force service"

When calculating the "continuous Regular Force service" to determine the authorized IPR at CAFRD 14.1.01, any period of LWOP shall not reduce the period of continuous service.

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14.1.03 Meaning of "any location"

The term "any location" in CAFRD 14.1.01 includes a local move only when the member is entitled to a local move in accordance with CAFRD 14.5.09 (Local move to IPR – entitlement and amount).

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Section 14.2 General principles


14.2.01 IPR elections

  1. In accordance with CAFRD 14.02 (Entitlement), a member must elect an IPR before any IPR expenses may be claimed. An IPR election is required in order to initiate the member’s file with the contracted relocation service provider.
  2. A member elects an IPR in writing by completing the CAF form issued for that purpose.

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14.2.02 IPR elections in advance of retirement leave

When making the IPR election in advance of the commencement of retirement leave, the election can be made:

  1. no earlier than five years prior to the date the member reaches Compulsory Retirement Age;
  2. at any time during a period of retention that is the result of an Administrative Review – Medical Employment Limitation decision when that period of retention will be followed by a release/transfer; or
  3. in any other case, no earlier than two years before a known release date.

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14.2.03 Establishment of "known release date"

For the purposes of subparagraph (c) of CAFRD 14.2.02, a formal notification of release is required to establish a known release date, and may be either:

  1. a release/transfer notification provided by the release authority; or
  2. an acknowledgement provided by the release authority that the member’s application for release/transfer indicating a specific date has been received.

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14.2.04 IPR amendments

  1. A member may amend their IPR at any time:
    1. before any expenses related to the member’s relocation to the IPR are reimbursed to, or paid on behalf of, the member; and
    2. after any expenses related to the member’s relocation to the IPR have been paid or reimbursed, if the member’s HG&E has not been moved at public expense out of the current residence (see also paragraph (3)).
  2. A member may not amend their IPR if the HG&E has been moved at public expense out of the current residence.
  3. When a member amends the IPR in accordance with subparagraph (1)(b) and the new IPR results in the member having to incur new expenses that were previously paid or reimbursed in relation to the original IPR, then the amount reimbursed for the new expenses shall be reduced by the amount previously paid or reimbursed.

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14.2.05 IPR move time limits

  1. Initial Time Limit
    Unless otherwise provided in this Chapter, only expenses related to the relocation to the IPR that are incurred within two years after the date of release or transfer are eligible for reimbursement. This initial time limit shall be extended when CAFRD subsections 14.2.06 and  14.2.07 apply.
  2. Time Limit Extension
    The DCBA may grant an extension to the time limit at paragraph (1) for a period of up to one additional year if he or she determines that any of the following circumstances prevent the member from moving to the IPR within that time limit:
    1. an illness of or injury to the member or the member’s dependant;
    2. the vocational rehabilitation or vocational training undertaken by the member;
    3. the completion of an educational program by the member or the member’s dependant; or
    4. any other justifiable and reasonable circumstance that delays the move to the IPR.
  3. An extension granted under paragraph (2) begins on the day after the day on which the time limit at paragraph (1) ends.
  4. Time Limit – Second Extension – Compelling Reasons
    The Chief of Military Personnel personally may grant a further extension to the cumulative time limit at paragraphs (1) and (2) for a period of up to three years if he or she determines that there are particularly compelling reasons that prevent the member from moving to the IPR and that relate to:
    1. an illness of or injury to the member or the member’s dependant and confirmed in writing by a medical doctor; or
    2. an unusual, undeserved or disproportionate hardship for the member that is beyond the member’s control.
  5. An extension under paragraph (4) shall be granted only if the member submits his or her request for an extension through DCBA to the Chief of Military Personnel before the end of the extension granted under paragraph (2).
    (see also QR&O 209.25 (Time Limit))

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14.2.06 Extension of time limit on re-enrolment or transfer to the Regular Force

A member who released or transferred from the Regular Force, did not exercise IPR benefits, whose entitlement did not expire, and subsequently re-enrols in or transfers to the Regular Force shall have the time limit of their benefits extended by the corresponding number of days served in their new period of Regular Force service.

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14.2.07 Extension of time limit on full-time service in the Reserve Force

A member who released or transferred from the Regular Force, did not exercise IPR benefits, whose entitlement did not expire, and who serves on one or more periods of Class "B" or "C" Reserve service shall have the time limit of their benefits extended by the corresponding number of days served on that Reserve Service.

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14.2.08 Reimbursement of expenses incurred prior to eligibility

  1. A member is entitled to be reimbursed relocation expenses that were incurred prior to meeting the eligibility criteria when:
    1. the criteria at CAFRD 14.1.01 are met; and
    2. the member elects an IPR in accordance with CAFRD 14.2.02 and Section 14.3.
  2. A member is entitled to claim only those expenses dated no more than six years prior to the date they are claimed.
  3. Regardless of the relocation directive in effect on the date of the expense, reimbursement under this subsection will be in accordance with this directive.

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14.2.09 Cancellation of a medical release

  1. When a member’s release under item 3 (Medical) is cancelled by the applicable release authority and the member has already incurred expenses for a move under this chapter, the member must elect to either:
    1. cancel the move to the IPR; or
    2. if approved by the CO and if eligible, continue with the early move to the IPR under Section 14.3 as though the release was not cancelled.
  2. Where an election is made under subparagraph (1)(a) or the CO does not approve the early move under Section 14.3, the member is entitled under Section 2.4 (Posting cancellation) as though the release cancellation is a posting cancellation.

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Section 14.3 Early Move to IPR


14.3.01 General

  1. An "early move to IPR" is a move that takes place before the member commences their retirement leave.
  2. A member requesting an early move to an IPR shall do so in writing by completing the CAF form provided for that purpose. The approval of the member’s CO is required for an early IPR relocation.
  3. For the purposes of paragraph (2), CO approval is not required in respect of a claim being made under CAFRD 14.2.08 (Reimbursement of expenses incurred prior to eligibility).

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14.3.02 Eligibility for early move to IPR

  1. Subject to paragraph (2), to be eligible for an early move to an IPR a member must at the time of making the IPR election under CAFRD 14.2.02 (IPR elections in advance of retirements leave):
    1. meet the eligibility criteria at CAFRD 14.1.01; or
    2. have completed 20 years of continuous Regular Force service.
  2. Where a member who at the effective date of release does not meet the eligibility criteria for a move to an IPR, any relocation benefits received by or paid on behalf of the member in excess of any other entitlement not contained in this directive are subject to recovery in accordance with QR&O 203.04 (Overpayments).

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14.3.03 Posting after an early move to an IPR

  1. A member is entitled to be reimbursed all associated relocation benefits on a subsequent posting, when the member has completed an early move to an IPR and is subsequently posted to a new place of duty as a result of:
    1. the member’s acceptance of further terms of service;
    2. the member’s election of Compulsory Retirement Age 60; or
    3. the granting of an extension of service beyond Compulsory Retirement Age 55 or 60, as the case may be.
  2. Once the member has completed the further service at paragraph (1), the member is entitled to:
    1. a final relocation back to their previously elected IPR; or
    2. a move to any location – subject to Section 14.5 – provided that the cost does not exceed the move back to the previously elected IPR.
  3. There is no entitlement to the early relocation of (D)HG&E to the previously elected IPR.

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14.3.04 Limitations – future IPR relocation benefits

When an early IPR relocation is exercised, a member is not entitled to further IPR relocation benefits during their current terms of service, even if future postings occur.

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Section 14.4 (D)HG&E


14.4.01 Move of Dependants and HG&E

  1. This subsection must be read in conjunction with CAFRD 14.4.03 (Move of HG&E to an IPR outside of Canada).
  2. A move of (D)HG&E to an IPR may be from the member’s residence at one of the following locations:
    1. if (D)HG&E has been moved at public expense (including a subsequent move for Reserve Service), then from,
      1. the location to which the members (D)HG&E was last moved at public expense, or
      2. their last place of duty in the Regular Force;
    2. if the member had (D)HG&E on enrolment that has not been moved at public expense, then from the place of enrolment;
    3. if the member has acquired (D)HG&E since enrolment that has not been moved at public expense, then from the members current or a previous place of duty at which their (D)HG&E was acquired and is located; or
    4. in any other case, from their last place of duty in the Regular Force.
  3. Additionally, HG&E and PMVs that have been stored at public expense may be moved from the storage location to the member’s IPR, within the limitations of this chapter.

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14.4.02 Move of HG&E – options

  1. This subsection must be read in conjunction with CAFRD 14.4.03 (Move of HG&E to an IPR outside of Canada).
  2. For a move to an IPR, HG&E that is not in LTS at public expense is normally moved from the current residence to the new residence in accordance with CAFRD 14.4.01 and Chapter 9. As an alternative to a move between residences, a member may elect to exercise the option to move HG&E:
    1. from the current residence to a storage facility at the IPR; or
    2. from a storage facility at the move origin to the new residence at the IPR.
  3. All costs and administration relating to the storage of HG&E under subparagraphs (2)(a) and (2)(b) are the responsibility of the member. For greater certainty, CAF will not arrange, enter into, or pay for the storage contract on behalf of the member.
  4. The member is responsible, in respect of the option at:
    1. subparagraph (2)(a) at the IPR, for the subsequent move of HG&E from the storage facility to the new residence; or
    2. subparagraph (2)(b) at the move origin, for the initial move of HG&E from the current residence to a storage facility.
  5. The entitlement described at subparagraphs (2)(a) and (2)(b) to move HG&E to or from a storage facility is contingent upon the following:
    1. the circumstances and conditions of the storage facility, with particular regard to their effect on the ability of the HG&E RSC movers to safely access and handle the member’s HG&E;
    2. the capacity and availability of the storage facility, such that the HG&E RSC movers have immediate access to the facility; and
    3. any applicable cost limitations imposed for a move under this chapter.
  6. In accordance with CAFRD 4.03 (Eligibility), a member who elects to exercise the option at subparagraph (2)(a) and is not conducting a HHT is authorized to conduct a DIT to the IPR for the purpose of securing a contract for the storage of HG&E, or for supervising the delivery of the HG&E to the storage facility, but not both.

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14.4.03 Move of HG&E to an IPR outside of Canada

For a move to an IPR outside of Canada, HG&E will not be moved under the HG&E RSC. The member is responsible to arrange the move of HG&E, including the move of HG&E out of LTS, and is entitled to be reimbursed eligible expenses within the limitations of CAFRD 14.5.12 or CAFRD 14.5.13 as applicable.

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Section 14.5 Benefits


14.5.01 Limitation of benefits

The entitlements for a move to an IPR are generally the same as those contained in Parts 1 and 2, except for the following:

  1. HHT/DIT;
  2. REI;
  3. HEA;
  4. Benefit funding;
  5. Additional entitlements for unaccompanied members;
  6. Local moves to an IPR; and
  7. Moves to an IPR outside of Canada.

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14.5.02 HHT/DIT

  1. Except for a local move to an IPR in accordance with CAFRD 14.5.09, a member is entitled to be reimbursed HHT/DIT expenses in accordance with Chapter 4.
  2. A member who proceeds on a HHT/DIT to an IPR is disentitled to reimbursement for HHT/DIT expenses if the member subsequently does not relocate to that IPR. All HHT/DIT benefits received by or paid on behalf of the member are subject to recovery in accordance with QR&O 203.04 (Overpayments), unless the member:
    1. demonstrates to DCBA that the member had a reasonable intent to relocate to that IPR; or
    2. amends the IPR and subsequently moves to the new IPR (see also CAFRD 14.2.04 (IPR amendments)).

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14.5.03 HHT/DIT – Administration

  1. When the HHT/DIT is taken before retirement leave starts, or during a period of Class "B" or "C" Reserve service, the member must:
    1. have local authority approval for travel in accordance with CAFRD 4.1.02 (Approval to Travel); and
    2. use paid leave for any HHT days beyond the Standard HHT when required in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 4.
  2. When the HHT/DIT is taken during retirement leave, the member remains on that retirement leave for those HHT or DIT days and local authority approval is not required for travel. For greater certainty, the member is not returned to duty for any of those HHT or DIT days.
  3. In any other case, local authority approval is not required for travel by the former member.

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14.5.04 Real Estate Incentive (REI)

A member moving under this chapter is not entitled to receive the REI at CAFRD 8.2.03.

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14.5.05 Home Equity Assistance (HEA)

HEA (CAFRD 8.2.13) is not payable in respect of a local move to an IPR.

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14.5.06 Benefit funding – Entitled to a move to place of enrolment

For a member entitled under CAFRD 14.1.01 (Eligibility criteria table) to move to a place of enrolment, expenses that would otherwise be reimbursable from the Core Account are reimbursed from the Custom Account in respect of CAFRD:

  1. Chapter 4, except when returning from a location outside of Canada;
  2. 3.4.04 (Professional cleaning);
  3. 7.03(Rent or lease liability);
  4. 7.04 (Rent in advance of a move);
  5. 7.05 (Rental finding fees);
  6. 8.1.09 (Attending fees and power of attorney);
  7. 8.2.06 (Home inspections);
  8. 8.2.07 (Temporary Dual Residence Assistance (TDRA));
  9. 8.2.08 (Return trip to finalize sale);
  10. 8.2.09 (Real estate commission);
  11. 8.2.10(Private Sales);
  12. 8.2.11 (Legal fees and disbursements);
  13. 8.2.12 (Mortgage early repayment penalties (MERP));
  14. 8.2.13 (Home Equity Assistance (HEA));
  15. 8.3.05 (Interest on a short term loan);
  16. 8.3.06 (Home inspections);
  17. 8.3.07 (Bridge financing and lines of credit);
  18. 8.3.09 (Legal fees and disbursements);
  19. 8.3.10 (Mortgage Default Insurance (MDI));
  20. 8.3.11 (Reverse TDRA (RTDRA));
  21. 8.3.12 (Mortgage interest differential); and
  22. Section 9.4 – Sundry relocation expenses (all).

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14.5.07 Benefit funding – Entitled to a move to any location

For a member entitled under CAFRD 14.1.01 (Eligibility criteria table) to move to any location, expenses that would otherwise be reimbursable from the Core Account are reimbursed from the Custom Account in respect of CAFRD:

  1. 8.1.09 (Attending fees and power of attorney);
  2. 8.2.07 (Temporary Dual Residence Assistance (TDRA)); and
  3. 8.3.11 (Reverse TDRA (RTDRA)).

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14.5.08 Additional entitlements for unaccompanied members

A member is entitled to the benefits contained at CAFRD 11.2.12 (Returning to previous place of duty for release purposes) in order to return to the location of their (D)HG&E, if the member is:

  1. on a posting that currently prohibits the move of (D)HG&E; or
  2. on an unaccompanied status.

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14.5.09 Local move to IPR – entitlement & amount

  1. Generally, there is no entitlement to be paid relocation expenses incurred in respect of a local move to an IPR.
  2. There are four exception types as described in the following paragraphs.
  3. One of the four exceptions has a maximum reimbursable amount. A member who qualifies for more than one exception is entitled to the greater of the amounts ("the best move").
  4. Exception Type #1:
    A member is entitled to be reimbursed relocation expenses incurred in respect of a local move to an IPR if the member is:
    1. a former Regular Force member whose release/transfer date from the Regular Force is prior to 16 September 2014, regardless of the date their move commences; or
    2. a serving Regular Force member who commenced their move to a local IPR prior to 16 September 2014.
  5. Exception Type #2:
    A member is entitled to be reimbursed relocation expenses incurred in respect of a local move to an IPR if the member is required because of their release/transfer from the Regular Force to relocate from an official quarter, single quarters, family housing or any other accommodation under the administration of the Minister of National Defence or another Minister of the Crown.
  6. The total amount or reimbursement under paragraph (5) is limited to $10,000 for all expenses and taxes.
  7. Exception Type #3:
    A member is entitled to be reimbursed relocation expenses incurred in respect of a local move to an IPR if the member is released or transferred from the Regular Force under Item 3 (Medical).
  8. Exception Type #4:
    A member is entitled to be reimbursed relocation expenses incurred in respect of a local move to an IPR if the Chief of Military Personnel personally approves the reimbursement because he or she determines that a local move is warranted because there are compassionate reasons that are particularly compelling and that involve:
    1. an illness of or injury to the member or their dependant; or
    2. an unusual, undeserved or disproportionate hardship for the member that is beyond the member’s control.
    (see also QR&O 209.24 (Local Move))

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14.5.10 Meaning of move commenced

For the purposes of Exception Type #1 at CAFRD 14.5.09, a move is deemed to have commenced if an expense has been incurred, or a contractual commitment has been made, with respect to any relocation activity for which a benefit is payable to members who are transferred from the Regular Force to the Reserve Force under QR&O 10.04 (Voluntary Transfer to Reserve Force). See also QR&O 209.20(3).

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14.5.11 Local Move to IPR – CDS Note

Regarding Exception Type #3 at CAFRD 14.5.09, a member who is receiving a benefit under CBI 211.015 (Home Modifications Move Benefit) prior to their release (not transfer) date is not entitled to any benefit under the CAFRD before the release date. Once the member is released from the CAF (i.e. not a member of the Regular Force, Primary Reserve, Cadet Organizations Administration and Training Service, Canadian Rangers, or Supplementary Reserve), the former member is no longer entitled to reimbursement under CBI 211 and is dealt with as an eligible person under the CAFRD for any subsequent eligible relocation benefits not reimbursed under CBI 211.015

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14.5.12 Move outside Canada when serving in Canada

  1. When a member whose last place of duty is in Canada is moving to an IPR outside Canada, relocation benefits shall be limited in accordance with paragraph (2) or (3).
  2. If the member is entitled to a move to a place of enrolment under CAFRD 14.1.01 (Eligibility criteria table), the total amount reimbursed shall not exceed the lesser of the cost of moving from the current place of duty to:
    1. the place of enrolment; or
    2. the IPR.
  3. If the member is entitled to a move to any location under CAFRD 14.1.01 (Eligibility criteria table), the total amount reimbursed shall not exceed the lesser of the cost of moving from the current place of duty to:
    1. the furthest port of embarkation; or
    2. the IPR.
  4. A member who elects an IPR outside of Canada is responsible for all immigration, customs requirements and other associated costs for the country to which they are moving. See also CAFRD 14.4.03 (Move of HG&E to an IPR outside of Canada).

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14.5.13 Move outside Canada when serving outside Canada

When a member is released at a location outside of Canada in accordance with paragraph (2) of QR&O 15.04 (Place of Release) and wishes to move directly to an IPR outside of Canada, the benefits payable will be limited as though it is a move under CAFRD 14.5.12 from the member’s last place of duty in Canada.

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14.5.14 Purchase of replacement residence at an IPR outside Canada

  1. A member moving to an IPR outside of Canada is entitled to claim expenses in accordance with Chapter 8 related to the purchase of a replacement residence outside of Canada.
  2. The amount reimbursed shall not exceed that which would have been payable had a replacement residence been purchased at the member’s last place of duty in Canada.

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Section 14.6 Benefits to Eligible Persons & Specific Members


14.6.01 Application, waiting period and time limits

  1. This section applies in respect of:
    1. an eligible person (see definition in Section 1.4); and
    2. a member who dies, is officially reported missing, is a prisoner of war, is interned or detained by a foreign power, or is declared by a competent medical authority to be mentally incapacitated while serving in
      1. the Regular Force,
      2. the Reserve Force on Class "C" Reserve Service, or
      3. the Reserve Force on Class "B" Reserve Service and was moved at public expense for that service.
  2. A member to whom this section applies is entitled to a move to any location in accordance with this chapter as though they are a member being released with 10 or more years of continuous Regular Force service.
  3. When a member is officially reported missing, prisoner of war, or interned or detained by a foreign power, a period of three months must elapse before the member (i.e. through their lawfully appointed agent) is entitled to relocation benefits.
  4. There is no three month waiting period in respect of a deceased member or a member who is declared to be mentally incapacitated. The entitlement to relocation benefits is effective on the day after the member dies or is declared mentally incapacitated.
  5. The time limit referred to in CAFRD 14.2.05 (IPR move time limits) commences on the later of:
    1. the day the member or eligible person becomes entitled to relocation benefits; or
    2. the effective date of release.

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14.6.02 Administration

  1. The relocation file is initiated by the member’s parent unit, however the contracted relocation service provider administers the file.
  2. For a member who is missing, a prisoner of war, interned or detained by a foreign power, or mentally incapacitated, benefits are payable on behalf of the member to the member’s lawfully appointed agent (e.g. power of attorney).
  3. For moves from an isolated post or from a post outside Canada, see CAFRD 11.4.03 (Relocation from an isolated post for release purposes) or CAFRD 12.8.01 (Relocation back to Canada for release purposes), as applicable.

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14.6.03 Members with dependants

  1. This subsection applies in respect of a member who has dependants.
  2. A member, or the member’s dependant in the case of a deceased member, is entitled to a move to an IPR in accordance with this Chapter.

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14.6.04 Members without dependants

  1. This subsection applies in respect of a member who has no dependants.
  2. The Executor (in the case of a deceased member) or the lawfully appointed agent may select one person to travel to and from the location of the member’s HG&E.
  3. The member or the estate, as the case may be, is entitled to:
    1. disposal costs for the member’s primary residence in accordance with Chapter 7 or Chapter 8, as applicable;
    2. from the Core Account, transportation and travelling expenses for the person selected by the Executor or by the lawfully appointed agent to travel to the location of the HG&E, for up to five days and six nights at that location, to make necessary arrangements for the disposal of the member’s residence and the move of HG&E;
    3. from the Core Account, transportation and travelling expenses for that person to return to supervise the move (pack, load and clean days only); and
    4. the shipment of the member’s HG&E and PMV(s) to one location, and related expenses under Chapter 9.
  4. There are no entitlements for acquiring a rented or replacement residence, TNL, or ILM&M at destination.

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14.6.05 Contract breaking – overseas operational deployments

If this section becomes applicable while the member is serving on an overseas operational deployment, the reimbursement from the Core Account is authorized in respect of actual and reasonable costs for breaking personal contracts associated with that deployment.

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14.6.06 Deceased former members with an IPR entitlement

  1. Unused IPR entitlements are not lost by the death of a former member. They are exercised by the eligible person.
  2. The applicable time limit to exercise those unused entitlements continues to run; it does not restart. Requests for extensions may be submitted in accordance with CAFRD 14.2.05 (IPR move time limits).

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Section 14.7 Funding formulae


14.7.01 Introduction

For a member who is moved to an IPR, the applicable Custom Account formula below replaces the default formula at CAFRD 1.2.04.

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14.7.02 Move from Canada – place of enrolment

The following Custom Account funding formula applies to a member who is entitled to a move to a place of enrolment in accordance with CAFRD 14.1.01 (Eligibility criteria table) and who moves to an IPR from a location in Canada:

Custom Account formula
A Not applicable
+ B 35% of the cost of one-way transport for member and dependants from place of duty to place of enrolment
+ C 35% of the average cost of shipping 454 kg (1,000 lbs) of HG&E per qualifying room from place of duty to place of enrolment
= D Total Custom Account funds.

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14.7.03 Move from Canada – any location

The following Custom Account funding formula applies to a member who is entitled to a move to any location in accordance with CAFRD 14.1.01 (Eligibility criteria table) and who moves to an IPR from a location in Canada:

Custom Account formula
A Greater of
  1. $1,000; or
  2. To a maximum of $5,250, 35% of the real estate commission based on the sale price of the principal residence if sold prior to an appraisal, or on the initial appraised value.
+ B 35% of the cost of one-way transport for member and dependants from Halifax to Vancouver
+ C 35% of the average cost of shipping 454 kg (1,000 lbs) of HG&E per qualifying room from Halifax to Vancouver
= D Total Custom Account funds.

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14.7.04 Direct move to IPR from outside Canada – place of enrolment

The following Custom Account funding formula applies to a member who is entitled to a move to a place of enrolment in accordance with CAFRD 14.1.01 (Eligibility criteria table) and who moves from outside Canada directly to an IPR in Canada:

Custom Account formula
A Not applicable
+ B 35% of the cost of one-way transport for member and dependants from Halifax to Vancouver
+ C 35% of the average cost of shipping 454 kg (1,000 lbs) of HG&E per qualifying room from Halifax to Vancouver
= D Total Custom Account funds.

(T)


14.7.05 Direct move to IPR from outside Canada – any location

The following Custom Account funding formula applies to a member who is entitled to a move to any location in accordance with CAFRD 14.1.01 (Eligibility criteria table) and who moves from outside Canada directly to an IPR in Canada:

Custom Account formula
A $1,000
+ B 35% of the cost of one-way transport for member and dependants from Halifax to Vancouver
+ C 35% of the average cost of shipping 454 kg (1,000 lbs) of HG&E per qualifying room from Halifax to Vancouver
= D Total Custom Account funds.

(T)

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