a residential dwelling where a person normally lives, with all associated connotations including a permanent mailing address, telephone number, furnishings and storage of automobile; the address on one's driver's licence and automobile registration, where one is registered to vote. A motor home or vessel at a campsite or marina is not considered to be an ordinary residence.
a residential dwelling where a person normally lives, with associated features such as address, telephone number, utility account, etc
this is where you live. This address will determine your electoral district and polling station where you vote. Also known as your Civic Address.
see residence and ordinarily resident.
For the purposes of taxation an individual may be ordinarily resident in the UK although he or she is not physically resident in a particular tax year .The term 'ordinary residence' is broadly equivalent to habitual residence. If an individual is a resident in the UK year after year, he or she is ordinarily resident here and liable for UK tax. The above is based on our understanding, as at August 2006, of current legislation and HM Revenue & Customs practice, all of which are liable to change without notice. The impact of taxation (and any tax relief) depends on individual circumstances.
The country in which a person is normally living for the time being. If a person is not legally in a country that period does not count as ordinary residence. It is possible to be ordinarily resident in the UK without being settled here, for example a worker or student may be ordinarily resident in the UK.