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(a) The provisions of § 1-515.02 shall apply to employment in the Legal Service other than the Senior Executive Service Attorney Service and attorneys employed by the Council of the District of Columbia.
(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of Unit A of Chapter 14 of Title 2, and in accordance with § 1-515.03, any attorney appointed to the Senior Executive Service Attorney Service and an attorney appointed to the Legal Service at the Council shall become a resident of the District within 180 days of the effective date of the appointment, and shall remain a District resident for the duration of the employment. Failure to become a District resident or to maintain District residency shall result in forfeiture of the position to which the person has been appointed.
(c) Beginning on May 23, 2019 waivers for residency requirements applicable to employees in the Legal Service shall be governed by § 1-515.05; provided, that a waiver of the residency requirement described in subsection (b) of this section issued before May 23, 2019, for an individual appointed to a hard-to-fill position in the Senior Executive Service Attorney Service, shall remain effective for the duration of the individual's appointment to the position for which the individual received the waiver.
(d) Verification and enforcement of District residency shall occur pursuant to § 1-515.04.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - District of Columbia Code Division I. Government of District. § 1-608.59. Residency. - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/dc/division-i-government-of-district/dc-code-sect-1-608-59.html
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