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domiciliary

(dŏm″ĭ-sĭl′ē-ār″ē) [L. domus, house]
Pert. to or conducted in a house.

domiciliary

pertaining to a household.

domiciliary calls
professional veterinary calls made to patients at their owners' residences. Called also house calls.
domiciliary practice
the practitioner does not possess a fixed professional premises but makes all of his/her calls at the owners' houses.
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The PA said the EPA and relevant APA would ensure removal of all hurdles to the issuance of domicile certificates.
Agency education officer Faridullah Khan Mehsood who handed over the domicile forms to school head master termed the move a major development for the benefit or the tribal people.
Because domicile deals with a taxpayer's subjective intent, the DTF has established five objective factors that its auditors examine and compare to infer that intent.
By way of illustration, X at birth acquired a domicile of origin in the United Kingdom.
With the planned business operations in Ireland, Canada and the United States, the Canadian domicile offers substantially similar financial, tax and competitive advantages to an Irish domicile, and will benefit from Tribute's business foundation and strong presence in Canada where Tribute was incorporated and from where it has always operated.
Settled jurisprudence recognizes three rules to determine a person's domicile: First, everyone must always have one of the three kinds of domicile; second, once established, a domicile remains the same until a new one is acquired; and third, a person can have only one domicile at any given time.
Domicile is typically a question of fact based on the individual's intent to remain in, or return to, a particular state and permanent place of abode.
Domicile is at least partially a function of intent, so the answer to the question of one's place of domicile is not always simple.
First, the study will examine the Dorrance case as a seminal example of how domicile planning can go awry.
The low capitalization requirements in the British Virgin Islands were one of the main reasons it was the fastest growing domicile for captives in recent years.
Talking to reporters here on Friday, representatives of Barang Youth Jirga, a Non Governmental local welfare organization of the area including its president Said Nawab Khan, General secretary Zahorul Haq, Dr Muhammad Hassan, Mohammad Nazir Khan, Riaz Khan and others said that trend of getting of fake domicile certificate by the non residents has increased during past several months and dozens of non local had got the agency domicile.
Since the HCs took religion to be the nexus, they found domicile irrelevant for the purposes of the application of the Act.