A civilian employee of the Marine Corps was authorized up to 30 days temporary quarters incident to a permanent change of duty station. The claimant rented quarters from his parents. Since partial delivery of his furniture was not possible, the employee's furniture was stored in the house of his grandmother. Later an apartment within this grandmother's house became vacant and he rented it. The claimant was entitled to subsistence while occupying temporary quarters, in view of an agency determination that he did live with his parents and not at his grandmother's residence during the period in question and since it was not shown that he could have lived at his grandmother's residence during this period.
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