Is the definition of "domicile" same across all states?

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I want to know some definitive source for defining "Domicile" in India.

Is it different for different states? Specifically, what is it for Goa?

If a person was born in New Delhi,  lived in U.K for 20 years, acquired U.K. citizenship, then came back to Goa and lived in Goa for 10 years with the intent to return to U.K.  He continues to hold U.K. citizenship.  He never filed any declaration to change his domicile. His parents were born in Goa.  He has two sons - both were born in U.K. and now live in U.K.  Any more details required? 

Question: what domicile does he now carry?  When did it change, if it indeed changed? 

 
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Originally posted by : Samir N (2HelpU)
I want to know some definitive source for defining "Domicile" in India.

Is it different for different states? Specifically, what is it for Goa?

If a person was born in New Delhi,  lived in U.K for 20 years, acquired U.K. citizenship, then came back to Goa and lived in Goa for 10 years with the intent to return to U.K.  He continues to hold U.K. citizenship.  He never filed any declaration to change his domicile. His parents were born in Goa.  He has two sons - both were born in U.K. and now live in U.K.  Any more details required? 

Question: what domicile does he now carry?  When did it change, if it indeed changed? 

 

 

please go through details via goa govt website for domicile details in follow.....

https://goaonline.gov.in/Appln/Uil/DeptServices?__DocId=REV&__ServiceId=REV03


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You were born in India's d you are an Indian. By virtue of your living abroad, you have become Non Resident I dian. Your Children having been born in UK, are Overseas Citizens of India. You can apply for OCI Cards for them.
 
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To my knowledge, a UK citizen can claim to be domiciled in any part of this country. What is the context of this query?

 
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Lawyer

You have acquired citizenship in UK after relinquishing Indian citizenship, isn't it? If so, you are citizen of UK and a NRI.

Consult a local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of facts / documents, professional guidance and proceeding.

 

 
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In my above posting 'can' may kindly be read as 'cannot'. The lapse is regretted. With the correction, my suggestion is on the following lines:

To my knowledge, a UK citizen cannot claim to be domiciled in any part of this country. What is the context of this query?

 

 
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