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1. General: (1) Country or place where a person has his or her fixed or legal address, or permanent residence (home), and to which he or she intends to return if currently residing elsewhere. (2) Country or state of incorporation or registration of a firm where it has its legal address or registered office, or which is considered in law as the center of its corporate affairs.
2. Banking: Place where a bill of exchange is made payable.

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Some people may even run a business out of their domicile to keep down costs on renting an office or building.
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I suggested that he have the package delivered to my domicile but he insisted on meeting me in person at the office.
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My friend's status in his long time neighborhood was domicile because he had been living there for his entire life.
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