Residence

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A residence is a place (normally a building) used as a home or dwelling, where people reside.

Residence may more specifically refer to:

  • Domicile (law), a legal term for residence
  • Habitual residence, a civil law term dealing with the status of refugees, and child abduction
  • Residence in English family law, pertaining to where children should live in the case of disputes
  • Residence or residence hall (UK) accommodating college or university students, known in the US as a dormitory
  • Residenz, the German term for residence which normally means the city palace of a noble family
  • Tax residence, to determine the location of someone's home for tax purposes

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