Relocation Policy (HR6)


Issued May 2022 by the Office of the University Counsel

The Office of the University Counsel has issued these Explanatory Notes to provide information regarding the Relocation Policy and any associated Procedures, Rules, or Guidelines. 
Pursuant to the Regulatory Framework Policy (GA2), the Policy and any associated Procedure and Rules set out requirements that must be adhered to by members of the UBC community. However, Guidelines are non-binding and are merely intended to provide guidance to the UBC community. Guidelines may include illustrative examples, best practices, or recommendations. Similarly, these Explanatory Notes are informational only and do not have any regulatory effect.
The Responsible Executive(s) have primary responsibility for the implementation and administration of the Policy and any associated Procedures and Rules. Any questions regarding implementation and administration should be directed to the Responsible Executive(s). Any questions regarding the interpretation of the Policy and any associated Procedures and Rules may be directed to the Office of the University Counsel.
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Policy Short Title: Relocation Policy
Policy Long Title: Relocation of Faculty Members and Senior Management Staff
Policy Number: HR6

View the Relocation Policy and Related Documents:
Relocation Policy and Associated Procedures

Policy Date: September 2019
Procedures Date: September 2019

Responsible Executive(s): Vice-President, Human Resources

Responsible Board Committee: Employee Relations Committee

Related Policies:
Business Expenses Policy (FM8)
Regulatory Framework Policy (GA2)

Related Legislation: Income Tax Act (R.S.C. 1985, c. 1)