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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Mendota Insurance Company and Mendakota Insurance Company have completed relocating their corporate headquarters and changing their state of domicile from Minnesota to Tennessee, according to a statement from the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance.
For example, the state of domicile would need to establish a process to deliver the physical CLP or CDL to the driver applicant in another state.
* The size, value, and nature of use of the taxpayer's former New York residence compared to the size, value, and nature of use of the residence in the new state of domicile
Individuals are "essentially at home" in their state of domicile: "the place where one always intends to return to from wherever one may be temporarily located." Chen v.
These companies are primarily mutual insurance organizations or specialty, single-state insurers that only serve attorneys that are members of state bar associations with the principal practice in the state of domicile. The exceptions would be ALPS Property & Casualty Insurance Company and Minnesota Lawyers Mutual, which operate in multiple states.
Under an audit, the company's state of domicile may have the right to perform a reasonable estimation of unclaimed property liabilities for periods where records are missing or are incomplete.
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.
1101 would let a multi-state association health plan sell coverage outside its state of domicile, even if the other states objected.
Many companies doing business in China fail to appreciate this and assume that all is well if the law of their state of domicile in the U.S.
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.