The Court will always get attempt to get an admission from as to; Do you reside in “_________County”, or are you a resident of _______ County?Â Â What they do not tell you is that to get you trapped in an administrative court of the United States they must have evidence of the act being done in (on the Land) the/a “county”.Â See territorial Jurisdiction.Â If not done on US Land the court must be a common law proceeding.
What is an Address?
Black’s 7Â Â Â n. 1. The place where mail or other communication is sent.
What is a Residence?
Black’s 7Â Â Â 1. The act or fact of living in a given place for some time ,a yearâ€™s residence in New Jersey>.
residenceÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â (Webster’s)
\Ëˆre-zÉ™-dÉ™n(t)s, Ëˆrez-dÉ™n(t)s, Ëˆre-zÉ™-ËŒden(t)s\
Definition of RESIDENCE
a : the act or fact of dwelling in a place for some time b : the act or fact of living or regularly staying at or in some place for the discharge of a duty or the enjoyment of a benefit
a (1) : the place where one actually lives as distinguished from one’s domicile or a place of temporary sojourn (2) : domicile 2a b : the place where a corporation is actually or officially established c : the status of a legal resident
a : a building used as a home : dwelling b : housing or a unit of housing provided for students
a : the period or duration of abode in a place b : a period of active and especially full-time study, research, or teaching at a college or university
â€” in residence
: engaged to live and work at a particular place often for a specified time <poet in residence at a university>
Examples of RESIDENCE
- He recently ended his residence at the apartment complex.
- They were granted residence in this country.
First Known Use of RESIDENCE
What is a â€œresâ€, [Latin â€œthingâ€]
n. 1. An object, interest, or status, as opposed to a person <jurisdiction of the res-the real property in Colorado>.
Definition of RESIDE (Webster’s)
a : to be in residence as the incumbent of a benefice or office
a : to be present as an element or quality b : to be vested as a right
â€” reÂ·sidÂ·er noun
Examples of RESIDE
- He resides in St. Louis.
- He still resides at his parents’ house.
- Meaning resides within the text of the poem.
- The importance of this decision resides in the fact that it relates to people across the country.
Origin of RESIDE
Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French resider, from Latin residÄ“re to sit back, remain, abide, from re- + sedÄ“re to sit â€” more at sit
First Known Use: 15th century