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Synonyms for domicile

Synonyms for domicile

a building or shelter where one lives

to have as one's domicile, usually for an extended period

Synonyms for domicile

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circumstances which create or constitute a domicil, and not a
The answer, quite simply, is that he did not see Law of the Constitution as representing the same genre of legal writing as doctrinal legal treatises like his works on, for example, parties and domicil.
42) On appeal, the Privy Council recommended affirmance, holding that "according to international law, the domicil for the time being of the married pair affords the only true test of jurisdiction to dissolve their marriage.
Co-Statutory Auditor (incumbent and alternate), within the framework of a term of 6 years, for the certification of the parent company financial statements for the years 2017 to 2022 of Domicil.
show one underlying principle: control over the marital status rests with the domicil.
The political status may depend on different laws in different countries; whereas the civil status is governed universally by one single principle, namely, that of domicil, which is the criterion established by law for the purpose of determining civil status.
1993); ALBERT FARNSWORTH, THE RESIDENCE AND DOMICIL OF CORPORATIONS 230 (1939); P.
evidence is ordinarily sufficient to establish domicil in Nevada.
Thus, the court is to take into account "(a) the place where the injury occurred, (b) the place where the conduct causing the injury occurred, (c) the domicil, residence, nationality, place of incorporation and place of business of the parties, and (d) the place where the relationship, if any, between the parties is centered.
are not affected by a change of domicil to another state by one or
For example, where the settlor creates a revocable trust in a state other than that of his domicil, in order to avoid the application of the local law of his domicil giving his surviving spouse a forced share of his estate, it may be held that the local law of his domicil is applicable, even though he has designated as controlling the local law of the state in which the trust is created and administered.
Dsignation d~un commissaire aux comptes (titulaire et supplant), dans le cadre d~un mandat d~une dure de 6 exercices, pour la certification des comptes sociaux, des exercices 2016 2021 de la socit DOMICIL.
45) The First Restatement holds that a marriage, "which is against the law of the state of domicil of either party, though the requirements of the law of the state of celebration have been complied with, will be invalid everywhere" in cases of polygamy, incest as defined by the domicile, "marriage between persons of different races where such marriages are at the domicil regarded as odious," or other marriages governed by evasion statutes.
purposes, "the proper criteria for ascertaining domicil, should