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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There is exception to the above rules on keeping the FCNR accounts to people who are NROR (Resident But Not Ordinarily Resident).
For tuition fee loans, EU nationals must be ordinarily resident in the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland for the three years prior to the start of their course.
During the two-year period that you are resident but not ordinarily resident, the interest will be tax free in India under section 10(15)(iv)(fa) of the Income-tax Act.
"Treatment in NHS emergency departments is free for patients that are not ordinarily resident in the UK, although any subsequent treatment as a result of admission to hospital is chargeable.
They were undocumented immigrants but this did not prevent them from acquiring settled status once they sought to regularise their stay and proved they were ordinarily resident with no time restrictions of their right to remain.
Since he is ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom, Bukhari said he had not violated any law.
* Who is a resident and ordinarily resident and has any assets (including financial interest in any entity) located outside India or signing authority in any account located outside India.
Hence, not more than 12 representatives from the Unit Committee in the area of authority of the Urban Council and not more than 10 persons ordinarily resident in the urban area.
It had to cope with the return of Qatari nationals ordinarily resident in these countries to Qatar creating a major humanitarian problem.
A person can be deemed 'ordinarily resident' if they meet the physical presence requirements and can even be deemed such if they spend more than 183 days a year away from South Africa.
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.