domicile

The country in which a person is deemed to have his permanent home

Domicile

Domicile is a legal concept that usually determines the legal system under which your will is to be interpreted and administered. For most people their residence and domicile are the same as the country in which they live. However if you or your parents were born outside England and Wales, or you intend to live permanently outside England and Wales...
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Domicile

The country in which a person lives. Important for tax purposes to establish your domicile in the... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/domicile.htm?id=434&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of domicile'>more</a>
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Domicile

The country in which a person feels they belong and where that person intends to settle for the rest of their life. This is usually the county in which the person was born and grew up, the “domicile or origin� This can be changed only by a conscious decision to settle and stay in another country and thus acquire a 'domicile of choice'. D...
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Domicile

Your domicile is the country where you intend your permanent home to be. This can be different from the country you currently live in. The rules for determining where you are domiciled can be complicated and if you live in the UK but think you may be domiciled elsewhere you should consult a Tax Advisor.
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domicile

Your domicile is the country where you intend your permanent home to be. This can be different from the country you currently live in. The rules for determining where you are domiciled can be complicated and if you live in the UK but think you may be domiciled elsewhere you should consult a Tax Adviser.
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Domicile

Is the primary or permanent home of an individual.
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Domicile

Dom'i·cile noun [ Latin domicilium ; domus house + (prob.) root of celare to conceal: confer French domicile . See Dome , and Conceal .] 1. An abode or mansion; a place of permanent residence, either of an individual or a family. 2. (Law...
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Domicile

Dom'i·cile transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Domiciled ; present participle & verbal noun Domiciling .] [ Confer French domicilier . Confer Domiciliate .] To establish in a fixed residence, or a residence that c...
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domicile

legal residence noun (law) the residence where you have your permanent home or principal establishment and to where, whenever you are absent, you intend to return; every person is compelled to have one and only one domicile at a time; `what`s his...
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Domicile

• (v. t.) To establish in a fixed residence, or a residence that constitutes habitancy; to domiciliate. • (n.) An abode or mansion; a place of permanent residence, either of an individual or a family. • (n.) A residence at a particular place accompanied with an intention to remain there for an unlimited time; a residence accepted as ...
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domicile

in law, a person`s dwelling place as it is defined for purposes of judicial jurisdiction and governmental burdens and benefits. Certain aspects of a ... [1 related articles]
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domicile

domicile, domiciled, domiciling, domiciles 1. The house, apartment, or other place where someone lives; a dwelling. 2. In law, someone's true, fixed, and legally recognized place of residence, especially in cases of prolonged absence that require the person to prove a continuing and significant connection with the place.
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DOMICILE

The place where a person has his or her permanent legal home. A person may have several residences, but only one domicile.
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domicile

The deemed place where an individual has his permanent home and the means by which that person is connected to a specific legal system encompassing marriage, divorce, succession of estate, and taxation. Or the place to which that individual intends to return, or in some cases the country of origin. In other jurisdictions the place where an individu...
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Domicile

The state or county which is the primary residence of a person.
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domicile

domicile (dom'usīl") , one's legal residence. This may or may not be the place where one actually resides at any one time. The domicile is the permanent home to which one is presumed to have the intention of returning whenever the purpose for which one is absent has been accomplished. ...
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Domicile

The principal place of residence of an individual. This is determined primarily by intent. A good indication of domicile is where a person registers to vote.
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Domicile

n. Location of a person's permanent principal home to which he/she returns or intends to return. The definition is significant when probating a deceased's estate and determining in which state to file, assess income or inheritance taxes, where a party can commence divorce proceedings, or whether a "diversity of citizenship" between two pa...
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Domicile

A domicile is the country or place of a person's permanent home, which may differ from that of his nationality or place of residence. Domicile is determined by both the physical fact of residence and the continued intention of remaining there. For example, a citizen of a foreign country who is resident in Britain is not necessarily domiciled there ...
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Domicile

Generally, a person's domicile is where they have their fixed and permanent home and to which, when they are absent, they always have the intention of returning.
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Domicile

[law] In law, domicile is the status or attribution of being a permanent resident in a particular jurisdiction. A person can remain domiciled in a jurisdiction even after they have left it, if they have maintained sufficient links with that jurisdiction or have not displayed an intention to leave permanently (i.e., if that person has moved ...
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Domicile

[astrology] In astrology, a planet`s domicile (or less commonly house, not to be confused with the astrological house system) is the zodiac sign over which it has rulership. This is a separate concept from the houses of the horoscope. A planetary ruler is given to each sign, over which the planet is said to have a more powerful influence wh...
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domicile

that place where a person has a true and permanent home - a person may have several residences, but only one domicile
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domicile

Place where a person has his/her permanent, legal home. A person may have several residences, but only one domicile.
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