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Domicile, derives from Latin ''domus-us'' that means house. Domicile, is house of residence, actually applying for address, We also say ''breach of domicile'' that means ''force family house, asylum, for ex. A policeman may enter a house, without 'breaching domicile' upon carrying a valid Doc of Prosecutor for inquiry at a house X, or ask for someone, or ask someone to follow 'him' to the Police Station for something..Or look for someone in a house.. There is also term ''domiciliation''= definition of place of payment etc

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