A resident summoned for the duty of the jury or as a witness is placed on leave for the period necessary for judicial service. All benefits under the agreement continue to be due during this period of leave and continue to receive regular remuneration. The resident must remit to the employer all witness or jury fees received by the resident following a summons, provided that they do not exceed the resident`s normal salary during the period of the leave. If the resident receives expenses in excess of his or her normal salary, the resident must keep this money. A complaint arises in the event of a disagreement between a resident and the employer. The Parties agree to jointly and proactively represent any appropriate governmental authority or authority to ensure that the Government of British Columbia fully recognizes the economic hardship a resident would face as a result of new or unduly increased tuition fees. . . .