Commentary

88.3 Ordinary residence and place of residence

BANKRUPTCY AND INSOLVENCY (INDIVIDUAL INSOLVENCY) vol 3(2)
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88.3 Ordinary residence and place of residence

| Commentary

88.3 Ordinary residence and place of residence

An individual resides where he lives. A degree of permanence is required, but it is possible to be ‘resident’ in two places at the same time1. An individual is ordinarily resident in England and Wales if he habitually and normally lives there lawfully (in the sense that his presence is lawful) from choice and for a settled purpose2.

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