Building Society Branching

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Building Societies Associat, 1981 - Savings and loan associations - 120 pages
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Page 35 - Humberside East Midlands East Anglia South- East South -West West Midlands North- West Wales Scotland Northern Ireland IRELAND DANMARK Hovedstadsregionen Ost for Storebaelt.
Page 97 - Please tick the appropriate box to show how the longest part, by distance, of the person's daily journey to work is normally made. For a person using different means of transport on different days, show the means most often used. Car or van includes three-wheeled cars and motor caravans.
Page 101 - Note a If the accommodation is occupied by lease originally granted for. or since extended to. more than 21 years, tick box 2. b If a share in the property is being bought under an arrangement wi(h | a local authority.
Page 93 - Different' and write in the usual address one year ago. If everyone on the form has moved from the same address, please write the address in full for the first person and indicate with an arrow that this applies to the other people on the form. For a child born since the 21st April 1990, tick the 'Child under one
Page 98 - SCE and school certificates. If box 2 is ticked, write in all qualifications even if they are not relevant to the person's present job or if the person is not working. Please list the qualifications in the order in which they were obtained.
Page 99 - Panel A To be completed by the Enumerator and amended, if necessary, by the person(s) signing this form. Tick one box to show the type of accommodation which this household occupies. A caravan or other mobile or temporary structure A whole house or bungalow that is The whole of a purpose built flat or maisonette...
Page 87 - ... (v) Information from the census will be used solely for statistical purposes. As in the past, the Census Offices will not pass information about identified persons or households to other government departments or to anyone else outside the census organisation. Moreover, in releasing statistics from the census, all possible steps will be taken to prevent the inadvertent disclosure of information about identifiable individuals.
Page 96 - Address of place of work Please give the full address of the person's place of work. For a person employed on a site for a long period, give the address of the site. For a person not working regularly at one place who reports daily to a depot or other fixed address, give that address. For a person not reporting daily to a fixed address, tick box 1. For a person working mainly at home, tick box 2.
Page 91 - A step child or adopted child should be included as the son or daughter of the step or adoptive parent. Write in relationship of 'Other relative' — for example, father, daughter-in-law, niece, uncle, cousin.
Page 93 - ... different' and write in the usual address. It everyone on the form has moved from the same address, please write the address in full for the first person and indicate with an arrow that this applies to the other people on the form. For a child born since 5 April 1980 write 'UNDER ONE'.

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