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About the Author. G. Lloyd Rediger is a pastor, pastoral counselor, and consultant on spiritual leadership. He has written for several national religious publications and is the author of a number of books, including the best-selling Clergy Killers: Guidance for Cited by: In case of transfer of Government servant, the Head of Office under whom he was originally employed should record the verification of service in respect of the whole period during which the Government servant was employed under him before forwarding the service book to the office where his services are transferred. At a fixed time, immediately after financial year is over, the service book shall be taken up for verification by the Head of Office, Annual Verification entry has to be recorded very carefully after consulting the Pay Bill Register. When the government servant is transferred from one office to another. It is the duty of the Head of the Office that all entries in the Service Book are promptly made and duly attested by the authorized Attesting Officer. It is the duty of the Government servant also to see that his Service Book is being properly maintained in accordance with the Size: KB.
Case respecting the maintenance of the London clergy further considered by: Moore, John, Published: () A statement of the numbers, the duties, the families, and the livings of the clergy of Scotland drawn up, in / by: Singers, William. 3. ‘Case respecting the Maintenance of the London Clergy, briefly stated, and supported by Reference to Authentic Documents,’ London, , 8vo; 2nd edit. ; 3rd edit. ‘altered to meet the Report made by a Special Committee of the Court of Common Council,’ London, , 8vo. 4. Fair and transparent terms and conditions contribute to well-being at work. Access to adequate and timely support at times of ill health are particularly significant to maintaining the . An abstract of A treatise concerning the payment of tythes and oblations in London shewing the antiquitie of those payments according to the rents of houses , the liberall maintenance of the clergie of London in former times, the award and proclamation