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A residence may be a house, a place to live, like a nursing home. hi ppl ... // A nursing home or skilled nursing facility (SNF) is a place of residence for people who require constant nursing care and have significant deficiencies with activities of daily living. ...

A Residence Order is made under the Children Act 1989 to decide where a child will live and with whom: see residence in English law. The Children Act 1989 is a British Act of Parliament that altered the law in regard to children. ... A child (plural: children). ... In Family Law, residence is an Order of the Family court under s8 Children Act 1989 following the breakdown of a marriage and determining where the child(ren) are to live and with whom. ...

Habitual residence in the Conflict of laws is the standard civil law connecting factor to select the lex causae and it also operates as a standard test in other international conventions, e.g. to determine the status of refugees, which courts should deal with child abduction cases, etc. In the Conflict of Laws, habitual residence is the standard civil law connecting factor used to select the lex causae in cases characterised as status, capacity and family law. ... Conflict of laws, or private international law, or international private law is that branch of international law and interstate law that regulates all lawsuits involving a foreign law element, where a difference in result will occur depending on which laws are applied as the lex causae. ... In the common law, civil law refers to the area of law governing relations between private individuals. ... The lex causae is the Latin term for law of the case in the Conflict of Laws. ... Child abduction is the abduction or kidnapping of a child (or baby) by an older person. ...

A person usually has legal residence in one location or jurisdiction or may choose to establish residence in a particular jurisdiction, sometimes for reasons of tax. The same applies to other legal persons such as corporations and companies. The UK and some other countries have the concept of tax residence -- country of residence for purposes of taxation. A legal entity or artificial person is a legal construct with legal rights or duties such as the legal capacity to enter into contracts and sue or be sued. ... A corporation is a legal person which, while being composed of natural persons, exists completely separately from them. ... Legal residence or domicile, is the principle that each legal person (natural or corporate) has a single location of primary residence. ...

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DEBTHELP—Educational Debt Management Services for Residents is designed exclusively for residents and the medical school financial aid officers and GME staff who counsel them on their student loans.
We provide current, timely and objective information to help supplement information residents should have received from their financial aid office during entrance, exit and debt management counseling workshops.
Primarily for residents, this primer is also useful for currently enrolled medical students and financial aid officers with questions about loan consolidation.
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For their part, The Residents may feel that artists do their best work without the influence of an audience, should only be judged by their work, and that a band members' genders, ethnicities, line-up changes, and most importantly daily life outside of the band should be irrelevant to listeners.
One of the very first projects The Residents undertook, before even the Santa Dog single, was the ambitious Vileness Fats film project, which was later reluctantly cancelled, after four years of filming (from 1972 to 1976).
The Residents were unbothered by this deviation from their plan since the 1978 decision to release the album couldn't affect the philosophical conditions under which it was recorded in 1974.
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