What do you need to know about discharges of charges?
1. Introduction 2. Discharges and releases of registered charges 3. Discharges and releases of noted charges 4. Discharge of a mortgage protected by notice of deposit 5. Electronic notifications of discharge (ENDs) 6. Electronic discharges 7. E-DS1 8. Restrictions 9. Fees 10. Things to remember
Is the discharge by form covered in the practice guide?
Discharges by forms are covered in this part of the guide. Please note that we will not accept form DS1 and form DS3 if it is sent by fax. We will not accept any alteration to form DS1 or form DS3 which is not provided for in the Land Registration Rules 2003.
Can a discharge be denied due to absenteeism?
The reason for the last occurrence will be taken into consideration in determining if the claimant had a good reason for being tardy or absent. Absenteeism alone may justify a discharge, but without a showing of wanton and willful disregard of the employer’s interests, benefits cannot be denied.
What happens when a partial discharge is required?
A few days (and numerous calls back and forth) later the broker finally received confirmation from the bank that a partial discharge was required along with valuations of the property. The result being a 4 week delay in settlement, fortunately it was an inter-family transfer so no penalty fees or interest were charged.
When is an employee discharged for absence for misconduct?
When an employee is discharged for absence, the discharge could be for misconduct if it is determined that the claimant’s actions evince a wilful or wanton disregard of the employer’s interests.
Can a person be discharged for tardiness or absence?
Although “Absence,” “Tardiness,” and “Notice” are separately discussed in this section, it should be noted that an employee may be discharged for being absent or late for work, as well as for failure to notify the employer of the absence or tardiness.
When do you get an other than honorable discharge?
An Other Than Honorable, or OTH, discharge is administrative rather than punitive but are usually awarded when the service member has done something that merits punishment under the military’s UCMJ.
What does it mean to get a general discharge from the military?
A general discharge may or may not mean that the service member did something wrong. It is not punitive but does mean that some particular condition or circumstance warranted the member’s separation from the military. A general discharge would not be considered bad, but it’s also not ideal.