domicile

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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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Domicil of choice is a conclusion or inference which the law
70) That Dicey never saw his book as a legal treatise in the usual sense is confirmed by a letter he wrote in response to a suggestion by his good friend, James Bryce, in 1894, that he continue to follow the method of codifying common law rules in his work (an approach that, as seen, he clearly took in relation to the law of parties, domicil, and conflicts).
Such a situation may exist where the plaintiff is known better in a particular state than the state of his domicil, or the defamatory material was related to an activity of the plaintiff that is principally located in a state other than his domicil.
United States that, "By general international law, foreigners who have become domiciled in a country other than their own, acquire rights and must discharge duties in many respects the same as possessed by and imposed upon the citizens of that country, and no restriction on the footing upon which such persons stand by reason of their domicil of choice .
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178, 180 (1835) (stating "It has generally been considered that persons appointed to public office under the authority of the United States, and taking up their residence in Washington for the purpose of executing the duties of such office, do not thereby, while engaged in the service of the government, lose their domicil in the place where they before resided, unless they intend on removing there to make Washington their permanent residence.
Section 132 also provides--less relevantly--that the marriage is void if it is a "(a) polygamous marriage, (b) incestuous marriage between persons so closely related that their marriage is contrary to a strong public policy of the domicil, (c) marriage between persons of different races where such marriages are at the domicil regarded as odious.
1993); ALBERT FARNSWORTH, THE RESIDENCE AND DOMICIL OF CORPORATIONS 230 (1939); P.
evidence is ordinarily sufficient to establish domicil in Nevada.
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.