The official house of a government minister or other public and official figure
The fact of living in a particular place
Rome was his main place of residence
any address at which you dwell more than temporarily; "a person can have several residences"
the official house or establishment of an important person (as a sovereign or president); "he refused to live in the governor's residence"
residency: the act of dwelling in a place
mansion: a large and imposing house
(The Residences) The Residences is a complex of 18 residential towers in the Downtown Dubai development in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Six have been completed and twelve more are under construction.
The place where one lives; A building used as a home; The place where a corporation is established; The state of living in a particular place or environment; Street address of a person
Residences, as referenced in this site, are any dwellings in which people live, including single-family houses, apartment units, mobile homes and travel trailers.
The country in which an alien habitually resided prior to entering the United States.
A person’s permanent address determined by such evidence as a driver’s license or voter registration. For entering freshmen, residence may be the legal residence of a parent or guardian.
A dwelling-place, such as a den, nest or other similar area or place, that is occupied or habitually occupied by one or more individuals during all or part of their life cycles, including breeding, rearing, staging, wintering, feeding or hibernating. (Source: Species at Risk Act)
An individual's one principal, actual dwelling place.
A residence consists of one or more dwelling units or rooming units, and any common areas, including one-family and two-family houses, multifamily dwellings or apartment hotels.
Residence requirements define the number of units or segment of a degree program that must be completed at USC. There are requirements for undergraduate programs, graduate programs and specific requirements for a second bachelor's degree. ...
refers to a variety of living situations on the University campus—rooms, apartments, and suites.
The place where one actually lives, as distinguished from domicile. Domicile in contrast usually means bodily presence and an intention to make the place one’s home. A person thus may have more than one residence at a time but only one domicile. See also art. 4(2) of the Rome Convention, 1980.
A person’s home or other dwelling place.
The location of a person’s home or principal residence, although he/she may also have living quarters in another location. Legally, a person can have only one residence.
In England and Wales a term referring to which spouse a child will live with.
The place at which a student has been or is residing. Semester/term residence - the residence at which a student lives during the semester or term. Permanent home residence - the place a student regards as being their permanent home residence.
From 1 July 2006, the term ‘residence’ is replaced with the term who the child ‘lives with’.
a house or other structure where people live
The geographic place where a person permanently lives. This is different from a person’s "domicile" in that a person’s residence is more concrete and less changeable in nature. A person’s residence can also have an impact on a court’s authority to hear and decide a legal action. ...
A residence, for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) purposes, includes any structure used as a dwelling-place by a natural person for domestic purposes. ...
Voluntarily living in the state for other than temporary reasons.