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53.01 A teacher who is required by the Employer to relocate from one geographic location to another as a result of a consolidation of School Boards or reassignment due to redundancy shall, on the submission of a certified statement of expenses, be compensated as follows:

  1. A teacher who sells their private dwelling house, in which they reside immediately prior to being relocated, shall be reimbursed for real estate agency fees up to a maximum of five percent (5%) of the selling price.
  2. Reimbursement of reasonable and necessary legal fees encumbered upon the teacher because of the sale of their house and the purchase of a new dwelling at their place of relocation; and
  3. Where a teacher is required to relocate from one geographic location to another, they shall be reimbursed for the following expenses:
    (i) carting, packing and unpacking, cartage insurance and transportation of their and their dependents’ personal effects;
    (ii) hotel accommodations and meals approved in advance by the School Board for a teacher and their dependents for a consecutive period not exceeding fourteen (14) calendar days. With respect to claims for meals, a teacher may be reimbursed as follows:
    (1) meal allowances on relocation to be identical to those allowed on travel; and
    (2) in the case of a teacher with dependents, the maximum allowances claimable shall be in accordance with those specified in (1) above for each of the teachers, spouse and dependents over twelve (12) years of age, plus one-half (1/2) this amount for each other dependent.
    (iii) Claims for items (i) and (ii) are to be accompanied by receipts or other satisfactory proof of purchase.

53.02 This Article shall apply only where the distance from the teacher’s residence to the new school exceeds the distance from the teacher’s residence and the old school by more than forty (40) kilometres, or where the teacher is required to relocate to or from an isolated settlement as defined within Article 24 of this Agreement.

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