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That would depend on whether or not the term is defined in the agreement itself. If it is defined in the agreement itself, then you have to look to how it is defined. Generally though, the replacement of a single member (even the Supervisor) would not normally amount to a restructuring as legally defined. When we see the term restructuring, we are referring to a fundamental change to the entity or department itself. A change so dramatic is to make its form unrecognizable or completely new.
So, without a more forgiving definition of restructuring in the agreement, I would not say that replacing a single individual would qualify.
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