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Computation of TLA Entitlement
M E M B E R    A R R I V E S B E F O R E DEPENDENTS.—   When  a  member  arrives  at  an overseas PDS before the dependents, the member may be authorized TLA if the necessary conditions are met. Upon  arrival  of  the  dependents,  TLA  may  also  be authorized  or  approved  for  the  member  and/or  the dependents for the period they are required to use temporary lodgings. If the dependents arrive after the initial 60-day period expires, an additional period of entitlement may be authorized if any of the specific conditions  set  forth  for  additional  entitlements  are  met. Special  Entitlement  Conditions The  period  of  entitlement  for  TLA  may  vary depending  on  a  variety  of  factors,  including  local directives. MEMBER  AND  DEPENDENTS  REQUIRED TO VACATE PERMANENT QUARTERS.— When a member and/or dependents are required to vacate the established  permanent  quarters  for  reasons  beyond  the member’s control, the period of entitlement will be for the  entire  period  that  temporary  lodgings  are  required, as long as this period is approved by the authorizing official.  TLA  will  begin  on  the  first  day  temporary lodgings are used and end on the day before permanent lodgings are reoccupied or on which the authorizing official  determines  that  the  allowance  is  no  longer justified. MEMBER’S   DEPARTURE   TO   NEW PDS.— The period of entitlement upon a member’s departure to a new PDS will not exceed the last 10 days preceding the day the member departs from the old PDS in  compliance  with  PCS  orders.  Like  almost  all  other things in the disbursing world, there are exceptions. The following conditions are the exceptions to the “last 10 days” rule: If one or more of the dependents should remain after the member departs, the period of entitlement will not exceed the last 10 days preceding the day the last dependent  departs.  However,  the  departure  must  be  no later than 60 days after the effective date of the PCS orders. If one or more of the dependents should remain in the vicinity of the old PDS, the period of entitlement will not exceed the last 10 days preceding the day the last dependent departs, without regard to the effective date of PCS orders. The period of entitlement, based on  the  member’s  assignment  to  a  restricted  or unaccompanied  tour,  must  be  approved  by  proper authority. If one or more of the dependents should remain in  the  vicinity  of  the  old  PDS  after  the  member  is subsequently assigned to other than a restricted or unaccompanied tour, the period of entitlement will not exceed the last 10 days preceding the day the last dependent departs. The departure must be no later than 60 days after the effective date of the PCS orders to the new  PDS.  The  period  of  entitlement,  based  on  the member’s  assignment  to  a  restricted  or  unaccompanied tour,  must  be  approved  by  proper  authority. If the member faces a delayed departure or early termination  of  permanent  housing,  a  longer  period  of entitlement may be authorized. (We will discuss these conditions later in this chapter.) If the member or dependents are hospitalized or the nature of the member’s assigned duties requires the member to be away from the PDS or home port, a longer period of entitlement may be authorized. D E P E N D E N T S    D E P A R T    B E F O R E MEMBER.— When dependents depart an overseas PDS before the member, TLA is authorized for the member  and  dependents,  provided  they  meet  the  other requirements for entitlement to TLA. The period of entitlement incident to the dependents’ departure will not exceed the last 10 days before the last dependent departs and will not begin earlier than the issue date of the PCS orders or official alert notice, as applicable. Upon departure of the member at a later date, TLA may again  be  authorized  or  approved  for  the  member. DELAYED DEPARTURE.— When the period of entitlement authorized begins and actual departure is delayed  through  no  fault  of  the  member  or  dependents, additional  entitlement  may  be  authorized  or  approved. The entitlement will be in increments of 10 days or less for the entire period that temporary lodgings must be used. EARLY  TERMINATION  OF  PERMANENT HOUSING.— When, for reasons beyond the control of the member and/or dependents, permanent housing is required  to  be  relinquished  more  than  10  days  before the estimated date of departure, the approving authority may authorize TLA beginning the day such housing is relinquished. An example of this is when the lease, custom, or law requires the housing to be surrendered at fixed dates more than 10 days before scheduled departure. TLA will be authorized only for the number of days needed to prevent undue hardship to the member during the period involved. 8-12

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