state of domicile


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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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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.
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