- not resident in a particular place.
- not residing where official duties require a person to reside.
- a person who is nonresident.
Origin of nonresident
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Examples from the Web for non-residence
The members of the committee might not be voters because of age, non-residence, etc.Why We Punctuate
William Livingston Klein
It is plain that the principle of non-residence was already recognized.
Richard of the Devizes, his account of the non-residence of canons, 86, 173.
Against this were to be set the “enclosing” and “non-residence” grievances.The Influence and Development of English Gilds
Francis Aiden Hibbert
Non-residence and plurality, however, were not confined to foreigners.The English Church in the Middle Ages
- a person who is not residing in the place implied or specifiedthe hotel restaurant is open to nonresidents
- a British person employed abroad on a contract for a minimum of one year, who is exempt from UK income tax provided that he does not spend more than 90 days in the UK during that tax year
- not residing in the place specified
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Word Origin and History for non-residence
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