This table defines terms used in this Part.
|Term||Definition in this Part|
|Allocate||A home that is allocated under this Part is a home which Defence Housing Australia makes available as a reasonable offer of a Service residence.|
|Amenity group||For an amenity-based Service residence, the classification given to the Service residence by the CDF.|
|Amenity-based classification||The system for classifying a Service residence based on the number of functional amenities it has. Before 1 July 2007, all Service residences were classified this way.
See: Division 4
|Defence establishment||A Commonwealth site managed by the Department of Defence for use by the ADF. Some of these sites are also called 'military bases'.|
|Market rent||A rent based on the assessed value of the Service residence.
See: Division 3
|Market-rent-based classification||The system for classifying a Service residence based on a combination of the minimum housing standard and market rent.
See: Division 3
|On-base||Located on a Defence establishment.|
|Rank group||A group of ranks that includes a member's rank. Rank groups are used to determine the member's eligibility for a Service residence at a specified classification.
Note: Different rank groups are used for different housing classifications.
Division 3 section 7.6.13, Rent band for a member's rank group
Division 4 section 7.6.16, Amenity-based classification for a member's rank group
|Reasonable offer||An offer of a Service residence that meets the conditions set out in section 7.6.33.
See: Division 7 section 7.6.33, Acceptance or rejection of a reasonable offer
|Suitable Service residence||See: Division 2 section 7.6.4.|
|Surplus Service residence||Those Service residences that are surplus to Defence Housing Australia's needs and meet both of these conditions.
|Waiting list||A list of members who meet all the following conditions.
Application to Reservists: Yes, on continuous full-time service.