Vanstone was domiciled
in Scotland at the time of his death, we might have asserted your interests by means of the Scotch law, which does not allow a husband the power of absolutely disinheriting his wife.
In the steerage everybody was happy--Dag Daughtry because his wages were running on and a further supply of beer was certain; Kwaque because he was happy whenever his master was happy; and Ah Moy because he would soon have opportunity to desert away from the schooner and the two lepers with whom he was domiciled
When Muda Saffir turned from the two Dyaks who had brought him news of the treasure he hastened to the long-house and arousing the chief of the tribe who domiciled
there explained that necessity required that the rajah have at once two war prahus fully manned.
Common traps 1 - Clients often assume that because they were born in the UK, they must be domiciled
in the UK.
First, in the example, the tax effects of being commercially domiciled
in California versus New York should be considered.
The New Jersey residency statute defines a resident taxpayer as "an individual who is domiciled
in the state, unless he maintains no permanent place of abode in the state, maintains a permanent place of abode elsewhere, and spends in the aggregate no more than 30 days in the taxable year in the state.
By contrast, captives domiciled
in Dublin, Ireland, are subject to a 10 percent concessionary tax rate on corporate income, noted Paul Cronin, the manager of the financial services program of the Industrial Development Agency of Ireland, in Dublin.
Not with just new captive formations but with our existing captive client base, trying to determine as to whether they're domiciled
in the right location currently.
If the father was born overseas, and his father was also born overseas, then it is likely that the individual will be domiciled
outside the UK.
Union Carbide is a New York corporation domiciled
in Connecticut and qualified to do business in North Carolina.