Domiciliary Law and Legal Definition
Domiciliary means a person who resides in a particular place with the intention of making it his/her principal place of abode. For example, an individual domiciled in a state or country is a domiciliary of that state or country. It can also refer to a person domiciled in a particular jurisdiction.
Domiciliary also refers to a place provided for severely ill or disabled persons who require minimum medical attention. Domiciliary can refer to anything relating to domicile.