ordinarily resident

ordinarily resident

the concept of being in an abode in a particular place or country voluntarily or for settled purposes (e.g. education) as part of the normal state of a person's life for the time being. A person can be absent for insignificant periods and still be ordinarily resident so long as he maintains some tie or connection with the UK.
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Some had previously been Ottoman citizens but on 5 November 1914 Britain declared war on the Ottoman Empire and annexed Cyprus, whereupon all Ottoman citizens ordinarily resident in Cyprus became British subjects by annexation.
It had to cope with the return of Qatari nationals ordinarily resident in these countries to Qatar creating a major humanitarian problem.
An SLC spokesman said: "To be eligible to receive a postgraduate loan from the scheme provided by Student Finance England (SFE), students must have been ordinarily resident in the UK and islands for three years prior to the start of their course and most recently in England, for reasons other than the purpose of study.
There will be an additional fee loan made available to students ordinarily resident in Wales whose fees increase as a result of changes elsewhere in the UK.
Nominated persons must be citizens and ordinarily resident in the Republic of South Africa and be representative of race, gender and geographic composition of the Republic.
Bill 1, An Act to Renew Democracy in Alberta, introduced amendments to the Election Finances and Contributions Disclosure Act to provide that only persons ordinarily resident in Alberta may make contributions to political parties, constituency associations, candidates and party leadership contestants.
But he ruled Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt's duty to promote a comprehensive health service in England "is a duty in relation to the physical and mental health of the people of England" and that duty did not extend "to persons who are ordinarily resident in Northern Ireland".
Sections 4 and 5 of the Divorce Act allows a court to hear and determine custody and access applications (also called "corollary relief") if either parent is ordinarily resident in the province at the commencement of the proceedings, or if both parents accept the jurisdiction of the court.
When you become resident in India under the provisions of the Income-tax Act, 1961, you will be liable to tax on your world income from the financial year when your status is that of a resident and ordinarily resident.
Although the Namibian Constitution provides for citizenship by birth within the country's territory if born to a citizen parent or a foreign parent ordinarily resident in the country, anecdotal evidence suggests that teachers in regions bordering Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Botswana sometimes refused to teach children who could not prove citizenship.
The move is aimed at non- resident Indians and those not ordinarily resident.