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ANSWERS TO SHORT-ANSWER QUESTIONS

 

1.   Yes. It is quite clear that a court may constitutionally exercise jurisdiction over anyone who is domiciled in that state. Even though D has temporarily changed his residence to California, his domicile remains Connecticut. This is because one's domicile is the last place of which it was true both that one resided there and that one had the indefinite intent to remain there. Since D does not intend to remain in California, California cannot be his domicile, so we look at the next prior place he resided, Connecticut. (In fact, Connecticut would still be D's domicile even if he intended to move to New York after he finished his California job.)

 

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