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[mass noun] The state of living or being domiciled in a place.
occupancy, occupation, residence, residency, living in, housing, billeting, quartering, tenureView synonyms
- ‘The State Attorney General considered that domiciliation of a foreign company was a prerequisite for signing an arbitration agreement.’
- ‘One of the main issues affecting the hedge fund industry is what to do about domiciliation.’
- ‘Marriage and domiciliation confers citizenship via registration or naturalization.’
- ‘Hedge fund-friendly EU locations are pushing hard to promote themselves as an alternative domiciliation location.’
- ‘During my domiciliaton among them, I was received as one of the family.’
Late 18th century: from obsolete verb domiciliate, from Latin domicilium (see domicile).
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