Examples of Domiciled in a sentence
Jack Britton et al., How English Domiciled Graduate Earnings Vary with Gender, Institution Attended, Subject and Socio-Economic Background (The Institute for Fiscal Studies, 2016).
Rights of Surviving Spouse in Property Acquired by Decedent While Domiciled Elsewhere, 1 Cal.
Please be aware that N.J.S.A. 18A:38-1 and N.J.A.C. 6A:22 specify that a free public education will be provided to any student between the ages of 5 and 20, and to certain students under 5 and over 20 as specified in other applicable law, who are: • Domiciled in the district, i.e., living with a parent or guardian whose permanent home is located within the district.
WHO IS A RESIDENT?A resident is an individual who is either:• Domiciled in this State for any part of the taxable year; or• Maintains a place of abode in this state and spent more than 183 days of the taxable year in this State.If you must file a tax return as a part-year resident, you may elect to file either a resident or non-resident return.ADDRESS CHANGE:If you move after you have filed your amended return, you should notify the Division of Revenue of your address change.
Our investments and their limits were shown and the proposed changes for 2019/20 to provide additional options in the event there are issues with existing Money Market Funds domiciled in Luxembourg and Ireland were highlighted as:- A new category of UK Domiciled Pooled Funds has been created with a limit of £5m per fund (there are currently two and the council has accounts with both);A new category of Corporates (excluding the Council Company) has been created with a limit of £250,000 per company.