Conn. Agencies Regs. § 27-140c-3 - Requirement of domicile in year prior

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) The applicant must prove that he has fulfilled the requirement of domicile in Connecticut for at least one year prior to entry into the armed forces. The following representative factors which may be considered in such determination include registration to vote, ownership of property and paying taxes thereon, driver's license, membership in community organizations and sworn statements by Connecticut officials of such domicile.
(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of Sec. 27-140c-3(a), in cases where in the opinion of the treasurer, it would be impractical or impossible to obtain evidence supporting an applicant's claim of the year prior domicile requirement, a sworn statement by the applicant duly notarized certifying his domicile in Connecticut for the required period before entry onto active duty will satisfy this requirement. Such statements will be accepted only in the absence of contrary evidence indicating the applicant's domicile in Connecticut during the period in question is presented.
(c) The applicant will be presumed to have maintained the same domicile he had prior to entry into active service provided that if an applicant shows an active duty record with broken or interrupted service for a year or longer, then domicile upon re-entry into the armed forces will be considered that which is established and maintained during this period.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 27-140c-3
Effective June 27, 1973

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