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This form is for use by you if you are an adopter or expected adopter working for the Company who wishes to:
exercise shared parental leave rights and/or claim shared parental pay; and/or
allow the exercise of shared parental leave rights and/or the claiming of shared parental pay by a person (referred to below as the ‘Adopter’s Partner’) who is married to you, or your civil partner or your ‘partner’ (‘partner’ means a person who lives with you, and will live with the child, in an 'enduring family relationship', but is not your child, parent, adoptive parent, former adoptive parent, grandchild, grandparent, brother, sister, half-brother, half-sister, aunt, uncle, niece or nephew).
If you are or will be entitled to take statutory adoption leave from your employment with the Company, you must end your entitlement to statutory adoption leave before you will be entitled take shared parental leave. Furthermore, you must either bring your statutory adoption leave to an early end, or fix a date on which it will be brought to an early end, before the Adopter’s Partner will be entitled take shared parental leave. In order to fix the date on which your statutory maternity leave will end, you must fill in section A of this form below. Please note that:
this form must
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