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  • n  (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
  • n  housing that someone is living in
  • v  make one's home in a particular place or community

  • In Virginia, for example, where the law stipulates that voters must establish "domicile" in their precincts to register but never defines that term, youth-voter advocates say it's .
  • This is legally termed "refus de reintegrer le domicile conjugal," or a refusal to return to the conjugal domicile.
  • It is true that the legal domicile of a married woman is that of her husband; but when he made it an analogy with a married woman's legal name, he showed he did not know the facts.
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  • Sen. Shaheen's daughter I know the NH voting rules
    Sen. Jeanne Shaheen's 28-year-old daughter, Molly Shaheen, says she splits her time between New Hampshire and Los Angeles and considered New Hampshire her home and domicile when she voted in Madbury last year. The younger Shaheen received national attention earlier this week when reports about her lingerie business,
    July 12, 2013 - New Hampshire Union Leader

  • Tony McNulty in
    Mr McNulty told Channel 4 news: "We're very clear that with rights come responsibilities and I would think that given the serious and heinous nature of this crime, the individual has forfeited any right to domicile in the UK. And I think most people...
  • Michael Spencer in CITY A.M.
    Spencer said: "If the Conservatives are not elected and if Labour continue to increase taxes as they probably will then regrettably we would presumably have to reconsider moving domicile."
  • Brendan Barber in Reuters UK
    The offshore sector is the most important in terms of domicile, with almost 50 percent of these assets domiciled in the Caribbean. The Bahamas is the 7th most popular destination worldwide in terms of assets domiciled, and we boast hedge funds... Hubert Ingraham The Bahama Journal Nov 15, 2007 29606 38327 domiciliary This amount could easily be raised by closing the tax loopholes of the super-rich," TUC chief Brendan Barber told reporters in Brighton on the eve of an annual union summit. "Ending the widespread abuse of the non-domiciliary tax break...

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