Domicile is a legal terms that generally refers to a person’s permanent home.
Even with such a basic definite, you can count on the law to make it confusing.
It can be legally argued that even though a person is living in a house under his own name, that the particular home is not his domicile.
For example, even though an expat has been living in Singapore for 5 years in the same residential address, he can still be considered as domiciled in his home country.
And therefore Singapore is not the domicile.
The domicile of a person has to have a legal connection that is assigned by law.
This categorization can be important during legal disputes.
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