Definitions for "Residence"
The act or fact of residing, abiding, or dwelling in a place for some continuance of time; as, the residence of an American in France or Italy for a year.
The place where one resides; an abode; a dwelling or habitation; esp., a settled or permanent home or domicile.
The residing of an incumbent on his benefice; -- opposed to nonresidence.
A concept used for the compilation of the national accounts and balance of payments estimates. Residents of a country include individuals residing in the country, corporations and enterprises located in the country as well as its embassies, military units, and official missions stationed abroad. Retained imports. Goods imported and kept in the country for domestic use. See Re-exports.
a person who normally lives in the UK is considered `resident' and `ordinarily resident'. He pays UK tax on his income worldwide and capital gains tax on profits from the sales of assets worldwide. On death, his estate is liable to inheritance tax on his assets worldwide. A person who is agreed by the Inland Revenue to be `not resident' or `not ordinarily resident' or both can escape some of this. The most important factor is the number of days you spend in and out of the UK in a tax year. See chapter six.
A tax concept. An individual is considered to be resident in the UK in a fiscal year if he remains in the UK for 183 days or more in the fiscal year in question or if in the past four fiscal years he has stayed in the country for an average of 92 days or more per year. Anyone who is resident in the UK is liable to pay income tax on their worldwide income, subject to certain exceptions. In addition, they are liable to pay capital gains tax on any capital gains which they make worldwide. Individuals who are not UK residents are usually only liable to pay income tax on their income from UK sources.
Subsidence, as of a sediment.
That which falls to the bottom of liquors; sediment; also, refuse; residuum.
a large and imposing house
a house, lodging or place of habitation, including a trailer or condominium, which is physically occupied and used for residential purposes
a permanent building or part of a building and may include a house, condominium, apartment, room in a house, or mobile home
All EU citizens have the right to reside in another Member State, provided they can show that they either intend to work, or can support themselves and have sickness insurance. (See EU citizenship: Right to move and reside freely, Freedom to travel, Fundamental rights, Immigration: Long-term residents, Judicial-civil)
A minimum of 15 credit hours applicable to an associate degree (25% of a Technical Program or 17 credits) must be granted by Three Rivers as opposed to credits transferred in from another institution of higher education or earned through proficiency examination.
includes a residential centre as defined by s 2 of the Act. Residences have the special status and purpose as set out in s 364 and subsequent sections of the Act.
Keywords:  big, investment
a BIG investment
Keywords:  home, family, world, short, people
a family's home
a short term home to people from around the world