Military. If Resident becomes an active duty member of the United States Armed Forces or in the event of a military transfer by an active duty member of the United States Armed Forces to another active duty station, Resident may terminate the Lease, without penalty, in accordance with the following terms and conditions: (i) Resident must deliver to Agent at least thirty (30) days prior written Notice to Vacate; (ii) Resident must deliver to Agent a copy of the official orders that deploy Resident with a military unit for a period of not less than ninety (90) days or permanent change-of-station orders to permanently depart the local area to a military base which is more than fifty (50) miles from either (1) the main gate of the military base to which Resident was assigned to as of the Effective Date of the Orders or (2) in the case of a new active duty member, from the Community; (iii) all unpaid Rent, if any, must be paid through the effective day of such termination; and (iv) Resident must make satisfactory arrangements with Agent to pay all costs incurred by Agent to repair the damages referred to below, if any. Upon completion of the above terms and conditions, Resident’s obligations and responsibilities under the Lease shall then be deemed fulfilled. A transfer due to deployment with a military unit for a period of less than ninety (90) days (unless Resident no longer receives quarters allowance), separation, retirement, enlistment term expiration, and/or a move to base housing does not constitute a permanent change-of-station order. After Resident has vacated the Premises, Resident is entitled to the return of Resident’s Total Deposits, less lawful deductions for damages to the Premises, reasonable wear and tear excepted. The release of a Resident under this paragraph will not release any other Resident, unless such other Resident is the spouse or legal dependent of the Resident receiving permanent change-of-station orders.
Military a. The Employer complies with the Uniform Services Employment and Reemployment Right Act (USERRA), 38 USC, Chapter 43 Employment and Reemployment Rights of Members of the Uniformed Services. An Employee whose absence from employment is necessitated by reason of duty in the uniformed services, shall notify the Elected Official/Department Head or designee of the upcoming military service requirements.
Military. An unpaid military leave of absence of up to five (5) years shall be granted to any member who shall be inducted involuntarily for military duty in any branch of the armed forces of the United States. Upon return, the person should be placed at the same position on the salary schedule as he/she would have been had he/she remained in the District during such period.
Military. If Tenant is or becomes a service member or a dependent of a service member, Tenant may terminate this lease by delivering to Landlord a written notice of termination and a copy of an appropriate government document providing evidence of: (a) entrance into military service; (b) military orders for a permanent change of station (PCS); or (c) military orders to deploy with a military unit for not less than 90 days. Termination is effective on the 30th day after the first date on which the next rental payment is due after the date on which the notice is delivered. Section 92.017, Texas Property Code governs the rights and obligations of the parties under this paragraph.
Military. Military leave with pay shall be granted to any teacher who is inducted or enlists under National Emergency in any branch of the United States Armed Forces for a period of initial enlistment or induction and three (3) months after, or three (3) months after recovery of any wound or sickness at time of discharge. A leave shall be granted without pay to the spouse of any teacher who is so inducted, or who enlists, to join him for the period of special training in preparation for duty overseas in combat zones. The length of such leave shall be determined by the needs of the Board.
Military. In order to comply with the SERVICE MEMBERS CIVIL RELIEF ACT it is an Occupant's obligation to notify the Manager in writing, that occupant and any Occupant family member storing goods in the Facility are in active military service, in order to determine Occupant's qualifications under this Act. If Occupant's military or Occupant's family status changes, Occupant is required to notify the Manager in writing of this change immediately. I hereby certify I am NOT a member of any branch of the US Military and acknowledge it is my responsibility to immediately notify the Manager in writing if my status changes. I hereby certify that I am a member of the US Military. I am or am not on active duty at this time. I acknowledge it is my responsibility to notify the manager in writing if my status changes. Branch Unit Contact Phone Unit Mailing Address Unit Email
Military. Any teacher who is inducted or enlists in any branch of the armed forces of the United States will be granted a leave without pay, provided the teacher serves only one (1) draft term, the minimum enlistment term, or until the state of emergency is ended. For salary determination, upon return from such leave, a teacher shall be considered to have spent up to two (2) years in the employment of the District. The teacher must have received an honorable discharge or honorable release from active duty, must apply in writing for re-employment within ninety (90) days from the date of discharge, and must still be qualified and competent to perform teaching duties. It is the responsibility of the teacher to submit to the superintendent the official documents to meet the above requirements.