This excerpt taken from the BP 20-F filed Jun 30, 2005.
Secondee shall be entitled to relocation assistance in respect of the costs of moving from his home base to the overseas location at which he has accepted an appointment. The
amount of such assistance shall be determined in accordance with the Company's policies from time to time and shall be subject to the terms of such policies.
the date falling two months after the termination of the Secondment, or the third anniversary of the Seeondee's expatriate appointment (whichever is the sooner) the Secondee
shall be entitled to a resettlement allowance (the 'Resettlement Allowance') of $410,000 per annum. This is in place of the benefits provided by the Group including the Secondee's Foreign Services
Premium, Cost of Living Adjustment, Home Add-Backs Allowance, Housing and Utilities Allowance, Home Leave Travel Allowance and Council Tax Allowance.
Resettlement Allowance shall not form part of the Secondee's pensionable salary and shall not be taken into account in determining the Secondee's pension benefits or his rights
under any incentive plan or other benefit in which he participates or to which he is entitled.
addition to the Resettlement Allowance the Secondee shall be entitled to the costs of repatriation at the end of his assignment (to be determined in accordance with and subject to
the Company's policies at the time of resettlement), educational assistance, medical benefits and such other benefits as may be notified to him from time to time by the Company.
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