(7) Teachers who move to a county, county, district, municipality or other electoral district of that state to teach in the schools of that county, temporarily and with the intention or hope of returning during holiday periods to the place where their parents or other family members reside in that state and who do not intend: Becoming a resident of the county, commune, district, municipality or other electoral district to which he or she has moved to teach is, for the purposes of registration and voting, considered to be a resident of the county, municipality, district, district or other electoral district in which their parents or other members of their family reside. 1. That place is deemed to be the domicile of a person in whose territory he is domiciled and to whom he wishes to return in his absence. One. Where a person`s dwelling is shared by a state, county, municipality, district, district or other electoral district, the location of that person`s bedroom or usual sleeping area shall determine that person`s domicile in relation to the location of the boundary line in question. The following rules, if any, apply to all election officers when determining the residence of a person who may register or be elected: § 163-57. Fixed residence for registration and voting. (9a) The establishment of a secondary residence by an elected official outside the electoral district of the elected official is not considered prima facie evidence of a change of residence. 2. A person is not deemed to have lost his or her residence if he or she leaves his or her home and moves to another state, county, municipality, district or electoral district of that state, and only for temporary purposes with the intention of returning. (4) If a person moves to another state or county, municipality, district, district or electoral district in that state with the intention of making that state, county, municipality, district or other electoral district a permanent residence, that person shall be deemed to reside in the state, county, municipality, district, or other electoral district from which that person has been removed.
(10) For the purposes of voting, the spouse has the right to establish a separate residence. (6) If a person goes to another state, county, municipality, district, district or other electoral district or to the District of Columbia and exercises the right of a citizen therein by voting in an election, that person shall be deemed to have lost residence in that state, county, municipality, district, district or other electoral district: from which that person has been removed. b. If the person disputes the determination of residency, they may request a hearing before the District Election Committee, which determines the place of residence. The procedures for hearing and conducting the hearing are set out in G.S. 163-86. The presentation of an accurate and up-to-date determination of a person`s place of residence and the dividing line in question by means of a map or other available means constitutes prima facie evidence of that person`s geographical location of residence. (8) If a person moves to the District of Columbia or any other federal territory to perform government service, that person is not deemed to have lost residence in that state during the period of that service, unless that person votes at the place to which he or she was deported and at the place of, The place where that person resided at the time of his removal is deemed to be the place where he resided. of residence. (11) As long as a student intends to build his or her home in the community where he or she is physically present to attend school while attending school and does not intend to return to his or her former home after graduation, the student may claim the college community as the student`s residence. The student also does not intend to remain in the college community after graduation in order to have a residence there.
The purpose of this subsection is to consolidate case law. (19th Amendment. Const. the United States; amended. Staatskonst., 1920; 1901, c. 89, p. 15; Rev., p. 4316; S.C., P. 5937; Ex. Sess. 1920, c.
18, p. 1; 1933, c. 165, p. 4; 1945, c. 758, p. 7; 1955, c. 871, p. 2; 1967, c. 775, p. 1; 1981, c. 184; 1991, c.
727, p. 5.1; 1993 (Sess. Reg., 1994), c. 762, p. 22; 2001-316, p. 1; 2005-428, p. 3(b).) 3. A person shall not be deemed to have established his residence in any county, municipality, district, electoral district or other electoral district of that State to which he is going for temporary purposes only, without the intention of making that county, municipality, district, district or other electoral district a permanent residence.