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A Law Dictionary and Glossary: Containing Full Definitions of the Principal ... - Page 510
by Alexander Mansfield Burrill - 1859
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court And ..., Volume 18

New Jersey. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1842
...terms. Thus jn Guier v. 0' Daniel, 1 Binn. R. 352, n., it is said that a domicile, may be defined to be a residence at a particular place, accompanied with positive or presumptive proof of continuing it an unlimited time. So Kent, in his commentaries, vol. I, p. 76, in treating of national...
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A Digest of the Reported Cases Adjudged in the Several Courts Held ..., Volume 1

Thomas Isaac Wharton - Law reports, digests, etc - 1843
...legal disturbance oiihat right. Downing v. Baldwin, 1 S. & R. 298. DOMICIL. 1. A domicil may be defined a residence at a particular place, accompanied with positive or presumptive proof of continuing it an unlimited time, and is the conclusion of law on an extended view of facts and circumstances....
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The Law of Domicil

Robert Phillimore - Conflict of laws - 1847 - 214 pages
...fixed residence with the intention of always staying there. It may be defined, in our opinion, to be a residence at a particular place accompanied with positive or presumptive proof of continuing in it an unlimited time. The determination in the case of Major Bruce, in the House of Lords,...
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Cases in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Third ..., Volume 1

United States. Circuit Court (3rd Circuit), John William Wallace - Court rules - 1849
...subject, combines, it is pro$ Fhillimore. . bable, accuracy with brevity beyond any other. He defines it "a residence at a particular place, accompanied with...positive or presumptive proof of an intention to remain for an unlimited time." nconflictofLaws, Two things, says Judge fc-tory,|| must concur to constitute...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents ..., Volume 1, Part 1

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1854
...that of Knszta is not one of them. The most approved definitions of a domicil are the following: " A residence at a particular place, accompanied with positive or presumptive proof of continuing there for an unlimited time." — (1 Binney'e Reports, 349.) "If it sufficiently appear...
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The Military Forces & Institutions of Great Britain and Ireland: Their ...

Henry Byerley Thomson - Great Britain - 1855 - 399 pages
..." the country of a man's domicil is that which he looks upon as his home;" and this is proved by " a residence at a particular place, accompanied with...proof of an intention to remain there for an unlimited time."f This question has become of more importance since the possibility has arisen of militia regiments...
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The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 11

Law - 1861
...habitatio certa et diuturna. Perhaps the best is that given in Guier v Daniel, Binney's Report, 349, "A residence at a particular place accompanied with...presumptive proof of an intention to remain there an unlimited time." The impression of vagueness and uncertainty left on the mind after reading Mr....
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A Treatise on Private International Law: Or the Conflict of Laws , with ...

John Westlake - Conflict of laws - 1859 - 251 pages
...recognition of the fact, and the most successful of them is, perhaps, that of Mr. Phillimore : — " a residence at a particular place, accompanied with...proof of an intention to remain there for an unlimited time."(i) No such attempt, however, can be perfectly successful, because domicile is not inferred solely...
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Scottish Law Journal and Sheriff Court Record, Volume 2

Law - 1860
...judges have probably most nearly approached correct definitions; in one case, domicile is described as "a residence at a particular place, accompanied with positive or presumptive proof of continuing there for an unlimited time" — Siner v. Daniel, \. Binny't Вер., 340, note; in another,...
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Institutes of International Law: Public and Private, as Settled by the ...

Daniel Gardner - Electronic books - 1860 - 719 pages
...of Koszta is not one of them. " The most approved definitions of a domicil are the following : " ' A residence at a particular place, accompanied with positive or presumptive proof of continuing there for an unlimited time.' (1 Binney's R. 349.) ' If it sufficiently appear that the...
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