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Part of Constitutional Reform and Governance Bill – in the House of Lords at 1:58 am on 7th April 2010.

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Photo of Lord Selsdon Lord Selsdon Conservative 1:58 am, 7th April 2010

My Lords, if everyone is happy with that very clear definition, I would advise your Lordships that in the international courts from time to time there may be certain disputes. But perhaps that is the official declaration of domicility today. The word "deem" is also difficult, because against "deem" sometimes goes "the great redeemer". However, in view of the enthusiasm that the Government have shown for giving up using "dom" and sticking to "domiciled", I beg leave to withdraw the amendment.

Amendment 105 withdrawn.

Amendments 106 to 114 not moved.

Amendment 114A

Moved by Lord Tunnicliffe

114A: Clause 59, page 34, line 36, leave out paragraph (c)