A persons place of permanent residence, for tax purposes.
An abode or mansion; a place of permanent residence, either of an individual or a family.
A residence at a particular place accompanied with an intention to remain there for an unlimited time; a residence accepted as a final abode.
To establish in a fixed residence, or a residence that constitutes habitancy; to domiciliate.
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Under English common law, domicile is the place of your permanent home and the means by which you are connected with a certain system of law for certain legal purposes such as marriage, divorce, succession of estate and taxation.
Your domicile is the country where your permanent home is, even if you are living somewhere else for now.
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.
The state where a person has his permanent home. To establish domicile, it is necessary to have both a physical presence in the state and the intent to make the state one's permanent residence.
The place of a person's permanent home and the means by which the person is connected with a certain system of law related to issues such as marriage, divorce, succession of estate and taxation.
Broadly speaking you are domiciled in the country considered to be your permanent home. It is distinct from nationality or residence and you can only have one domicile at any given time. Domicile of Origin – inherited from father Domicile of choice - can change domicile of origin by behaviour Factors for deciding domicile of choice are, burial arrangements, location of assets, membership of clubs, visits or links with a country Domicile of Dependency – follows that of the person on whom you are legally dependent.
Or Residence. These are complex concepts regarding where a company or individual are considered to be located for the purposes of taxation, immigration and the application of law. 'Migration of Domicile' refers to the ability to move (a company) from one jurisdiction (country) to another.
(1) A legal term signifying a place where a person has his permanent home. The most accurate meaning is the layman's understanding of the place where a person "lives", since this takes into consideration the intent of the person to make a particular property his "home". (2) the state or country in which a corporation is chartered (organized), such as a corporation "domiciled" in the U.S.
The place an individual resides and that is intended to be the permanent residence. Domicile does not refer to a summer home or a temporary residence. Once a domicile has been established, it will remain so until the individual moves to a different location with the intent of making that location the permanent residence.
Oneâ€²s fixed and permanent legal residence. Among RVers this generally refers to the state of legal residence. Difference between domicile and residence, as explained by the State of New York Court of Appeals: Residence means living in a particular locality, but domicile means living in that locality with intent to make it a fixed and permanent home. Residence simply requires bodily presence as an inhabitant in a given place, while domicile requires bodily presence in that place and also an intention to make it oneâ€²s domicile.
From domus, Latin for "house." The state where an individual has his or her true, fixed permanent home and principal business establishment and where that person has the intention of returning whenever he or she is absent from it. Once established a domicile is never lost until there is a concurrence of specific intent to abandon the old domicile, intent to acquire a specific new domicile and actual physical presence in the new domicile. Though a person may have residences in different states and reside there at different times of the year, it is possible to have only one domicile. Because domicile consists of physical presence plus an intention to make the state one's permanent abode, such factors as local registration of autos, driver's license, voting, paying taxes, membership in local organizations, local bank accounts and local business interest are all important in establishing the requisite intent.
This is different from nationality and residence. One is domiciled in the country where one's permanent home is.
The place where a person has his permanent home to which he intends to return.
That place where a person has a true and permanent home. A person may have several residences but only one domicile.
A person's place of permanent residence, for tax purposes.
A personâ€™s or organizationâ€™s fixed, permanent state of incorporation. The state in which the entity filed articles of incorporation.
(law) the residence where 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 and only one domicile at a time; "what's his legal residence?"
housing that someone is living in; "he built a modest dwelling near the pond"; "they raise money to provide homes for the homeless"
make one's home or live in; "She resides officially in Iceland"; "I live in a 200-year old house"; "These people inhabited all the islands that are now deserted"; "The plains are sparsely populated"
a fixed, permanent home to which an individual intends to return whenever absent
a fixed permanent home to which a person intends to return
a house or a place where a person lives
a person's true, fixed, and permanent home
A person's permanent home. The place where a person lives and intends to live for the indefinite future. Sometimes called legal residence. At any one time a person can have only one domicile.
The country in which a person is deemed to have his permanent home
The state or county which is the primary residence of a person.
The place a person intends as his fixed and permanent home and establishment to which, if he is absent, he intends to return.
State and place of one's official residence.
One's home or permanent residence. The provincial or state laws determine what happens to that person's property at death.
You are domiciled in the country of your birth or the country of birth of your parents unless you have given up your original domicile by living permanently in another country and have broken all ties with your original country of domicile. If this has occured you may acquire the domicile of the country in which you now live.
That place where a person has voluntarily fixed his/her habitation, not for a temporary or special purpose but with a present intention of making it his/her home unless and until something, which is uncertain and unexpected, shall happen to induce him/her to adopt some other permanent home.
Region where a person has established permanent residence.
A person's home or permanent residence.
The location of a person's home or principal residence although he may also have living quarters in another location.
Domicile is the place in which a person has a settled connection for legal purposes either because his or her true home is there or because it is assigned to him or her by law. It is the place where he or she is generally understood to reside with the intention of remaining there indefinitely or to which he or she returns after a temporary absence. The term residence as it refers to legal residence is used as synonymous with domicile.
A taxpayer only has one domicile. This is the country s/he regards as the natural home. This is not necessarily the same as residence or nationality.
The place a person permanently resides. This may be a tricky legal issue with serious tax consequences for those sharing time between two homes.
The place where a person is deemed to be permanenty resident.
An individual's permanent home.
Domicileâ€ means the state or area where the captive resides. So, the captive is domiciled (or governed by the laws and formed) in that state.
The place where a person normally lives and regards as home.â€¢ Divorce
The country or place of a person's permanent home, which may differ from that person's nationality or place where they are resident. Domicile, which is important for the purposes of taxation and the application of certain financial regulations, is determined both by the physical fact of residence and the continued intention of remaining there.
The place where a person has his or her permanent legal home. A person may have several residences, but only one domicile.
the jurisdiction in which a person lives and in which he intends to remain.
The location (state or country) where a decedent's estate will be probated and taxed; generally requires residence with an intention to remain or return there.
The place where a person has his or her legal home - therefore the laws that apply to that place apply to that person.
The specific location of a person's permanent residence that determines, for many purposes, the laws that will govern his affairs. A person may have many residences, but he can have only one domicile. The domiciliary proceeding is that created in the jurisdiction of the decedent's domicile.
A person's usual place of dwelling and shall be synonymous with "residence."
The place, where one has his or her primary home.
The state where an individual has his true, fixed, permanent home and principal business establishment and to which place he has the intention of returning whenever he is absent.
a true, fixed, permanent dwelling place
The place where a draft or acceptance is made payable.
The place where a person legally resides.
The place where a person has been physically present with the intent to make that place a permanent home. A "residence," on the other hand, is the place where you are living at a particular time. A person can have more than one residence, but only one domicile.
A place of permanent residence in which a person always intends to remain and to return when traveling elsewhere.
The fixed and permanent home of person, for legal purposes.
Place where a person has his or her principal residence. The person must intend to keep that residence for the foreseeable future. The sponsor of an immigrant must have domicile in the United States before the visa can be issued. This generally means that the sponsor must be living in the United States. In certain circumstances, however one can be considered to have a domicile while living temporarily living overseas.
The place considered by a person to be his or her permanent residence.
Applicant region is based on the home postcode (UK) or the area of permanent residence (overseas). Domicile indicates whether applicants are Home (UK), EU (excluding UK), or Other overseas domiciled.
one's home or permanent residence. The laws of the state of a person's domicile determine what happens to that person's property at death.
Domicile is a complex 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 you should consider taking legal advice. The will s we prepare are on the basis that you are domiciled in England and Wales
The permanent home to which a person, when absent, always intends to return.
One's residence from a legal point of view. Generally, it may not coincide with the current physical place of residence of a person rather it's the place where one intends to return after the purposes of his/her absence are attained.
A person's permanent legal home, as compared to a place that maybe only a temporary residence. Domicile determines what law applies to the person for purposes of marriage, divorce, succession of estate at death and taxation.
The state or county where a person primarily resides, determining the taxing and probate jurisdictions.
The permanent residence of a person; a place to which, even if he or she were temporarily absent, they intend to return. In law, it is said that a person may have many residences but only one domicile.
Your domicile is where you believe that your home is and, if you are not there now, where you intend, eventually, to return. You might live temporarily - or even for extended periods of years - away from your domicile but if your intention is to return you retain that domicile. Once you have decided to settle permanently in another country your domicile changes.
The place where a person lives and intends to remain.
A person's primary or permanent home.
The country that a person considers to be, and treats as, a permanent home and which forms the closest ties. An essential element when dealing with legal and taxation matters.
A permanent legal residence and the country in which taxes are paid.
The state where a person legally resides.
That place where a man has his true, fixed, and permanent home and principal establishment, and to which whenever he is absent he has the intention of returning.
The place where you live.
A person's legal or permanent residence.
The legal single fixed and permanent principal "home" site of the party (such as where the party is registered to vote). It is distinguished from "residence;" a party may live in numerous residences in different counties, states, or countries.
The place of a person's permanent home. durable power of attorney A written instrument authorizing another to act as one's agent or attorney-in-fact. The authorization survives any subsequent incapacity or disability. An individual can have either a financial or health care durable power of attorney or even both.
That place that is a person's permanent home.
A company incorporated in England and Wales must have a registered office in these territories and is subject to local corporate law. It need not be a tax resident in the UK.
This is the permanent address of a person and the address they intend to return to and inhabit. This may not be the place a person currently resides but is the address to which the person intends to inhabit.
That place where a person or organization has their principal residence with intent to make it their permanent home.
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 â€œdomicile or originâ€ This can be changed only by a conscious decision to settle and stay in another country and thus acquire a 'domicile of choice'. Domicile is not an immigration status, but can affect immigration decisions where it is necessary to look at national laws to establish a personâ€™s status, for example whether they are married or adopted.
A person's primary residence.
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.
In Conflict of Laws, domicile (termed domicil in the U.S.) is the basis of the choice of law rule operating in the characterisation framework to define a person's status, capacity and rights. The international term for this as a connecting factor is the lex domicilii, i.e. the law of the domicile.