That domicil which the law attributes to a person independent of his own intention or selection. This results generally from the domestic relations of husband and wife or parent and child, the domicil of the wife or the child following that of the husband or father as a legal consequence. Re Estate of Jones, 192 Iowa 78, 182 NW 227, 16 ALR 1286, 1289; Re Weber, 187 Misc 674, 64 NYS2d 281. The words "resides" as used in a statute providing that proceedings to remove disabilities of a minor shall be instituted in the county where he resides, does not mean his bodily presence, but his legal domicil, which is that of his father. Gulf, C. & S. F. R. Co. v Lemons, 109 Tex 244, 206 SW 75, 5 ALR 943.
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