Home Equity Assistance

100% Home Equity Assistance in CFIRP

What is wrong with TBS with regards to Military Relocation? They were too busy to do their jobs.

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“While the CF has no power to change the HEA program, it is required under the CFIRP to forward individual submissions for the “depressed market” designation to TBS. In a case where the grievor had provided evidence of a market depression of 30%, the Board noted that his claim for extended HEA and the resulting grievance have been denied without sending a TB submission forward. This decision is said to be based on an email notification provided by a staff officer at TB in May 2009 to the effect that there are no “depressed markets” in Canada. It was later explained to the Board that the matter had not been pursued “given other more pressing priorities and TBS conviction that there simply isn’t a big enough problem to justify a submission for a policy change.” or put another way “we’ll keep screwing over Canadian Forces Families as they can’t do anything about it”.



Written by Major Marcus Brauer

October 9, 2015 at 00:00

Posted in Class Action

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