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CFIRP Decision # 2012-164

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2012-164[1]

Finally, above and beyond the numbers, the Board’s opinion was that the CF IRP policy is inflexible and allows no discretion for dealing with exceptional cases where the financial losses are large even without the market decline reaching 20%.

CDS “After receiving a systemic recommendation from the Board in several cases, including this one, the CDS ordered the Chief of Military Personnel to examine the relevance of the CF IRP provisions guaranteeing reimbursement of property losses so as to minimize the negative impact on CAF members.”

[1] http://mgerc-ceegm.gc.ca/cs-sc/2012-164-eng.html

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Written by Major Marcus Brauer

February 22, 2015 at 15:05

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