state of domicile

state of domicile

n. the state in which a person has his/her permanent residence or intends to make his/her residence, as compared to where the person is living temporarily. Domicile depends on intent, location of a home where a person regularly sleeps, and some conduct. A corporation's state of domicile is the state where the corporation is incorporated. (See: domicile, resident)

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Finally, new estate planning documents that are signed in the new state of domicile and recite the individual's residency in that state should be obtained.
While Indian citizens are permitted to stay in any state and register the vehicles in their state of domicile, questions have been raised about wealthy individuals registering their luxury vehicles in places where the tax is low, and then using the vehicle in another state.
The BCRA small business health insurance plan provision might give a state that wanted to maximize small-group health insurance premium tax revenue an incentive to get as many interstate plans as possible to make it their state of domicile.
The regulators in the state of domicile would regulate the plan.
States that choose to accept such applications must use forms and procedures acceptable to the state of domicile of the military personnel (their state of permanent residence or home state), and must transmit the test results electronically to the state of domicile.
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According to WWSB ABC 7, homeowners who do not claim Florida as their state of domicile will have to pay a $250 surcharge for flood insurance.
While the ShelterPoint Life name change has been officially finalized in New York, the company's state of domicile, it is in the process of obtaining approval of the new name in other states in which First Rehab Life has been licensed.
Under the state of domicile rule, the same-sex marriage will be recognized if the participant was legally married in a state that permits same-sex marriage and the participants also reside in a state that recognizes same-sex marriage.
Does such a taxpayer have to then move back to the former state of domicile and move to the new state of domicile again to prove sufficient mental capacity at the time of changing domicile?
One requirement for the insurance company to receive reinsurance credit is that the captive must be an authorized reinsurer, or insurer if the jurisdiction does not have a license solely for reinsurers in the insurance company's state of domicile.