Reply To: Use of ‘Supervision’ as the reason for CSS

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Peter Barker
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No specific examples, but there is DLA case law about being “present on guard”, however that is probably a sufficiently different context to make it of limited value.

Potentially some sort of warden/concierge arrangement might rely on supervision.

One interesting point is that supervision per se is not an ineligible service charge.