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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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Surkin, The Impact of the Decoupling of State Estate Taxes on a Taxpayer's Choice of Domicile, 101 J.
Investors may obtain additional information regarding the interests of such persons, which may be different from those of the Company's shareholders generally, by reading the proxy statement/prospectus and other relevant documents regarding the proposed change in domicile that may be filed with the SEC.
The choice of a domicile can affect premium tax earnings and potential premium or income-tax benefits.
They warned of launching protest against the tribal elders and officials if the administration not cancelled the fake domicile within a week.
APPENDIX 1: DOMICILE LEGAL ASSISTANCE CLIENT QUESTIONNAIRE
Wyoming was never chosen as a state of domicile by the sample population.
Dubai Courts and DED will coordinate to develop the standards and mechanisms for implementing the chosen domicile registration and constitute a working group to follow up and ensure that the system achieves the desired goals," added Hazim.
In the European Union, captives in one domicile are allowed to be admitted into another within the EU.
Estate and gift tax domicile in the United States is not necessarily the same as income tax residency, so it is possible to acquire income tax residence without becoming domiciled in the United States for estate and gift tax purposes.
Because estate and gift tax domicile in the United States is not necessarily the same as income tax residency, it is possible to acquire income tax residence without becoming domiciled in the United States for estate and gift tax purposes.
State domiciles, from Vermont to Montana to Hawaii, could use a little help too.
The matrimonial property legal regime is governed by the law of the state of domicile of the spouses.