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AGO 1971 No. 10 >  March 2, 1971
ELECTIONS - RESIDENCE - SCHOOLS - VOTING ELIGIBILITY OF CERTAIN STUDENTS
ELECTIONS ‑- RESIDENCE ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- VOTING ELIGIBILITY OF CERTAIN STUDENTS (1) Article VI, § 4 of the Washington Constitution does not prevent a student in school from establishing a voting residence where he is living while attending school if he has an actual intent to establish that place as his home either permanently or indefinitely for an appreciable period of time.(2) The existing law regarding the voting residence of students would not be materially changed by the enactment of a statute providing that students attending any institution of learning may be registered to vote where they reside in the vicinity of such institution if they declare that they have no present intention to move to any other voting area.
AGO 1971 No. 15 >  April 26, 1971
ABORTIONS - MARRIAGE - RESIDENCE
NECESSITY FOR CONSENT BY HUSBAND TO TERMINATION OF MARRIED WOMAN'S PREGNANCY (1) A married woman does not have to be physically residing in the same place of abode as her husband at the time of termination of her pregnancy under RCW 9.02.070 in order for his consent thereto to be required.(2) A married woman should be regarded as "residing" with her husband to the extent that his consent to a termination of her pregnancy under RCW 9.02.070 is required, where the only reason for his absence from her place of abode is his employment; e.g., military or civil service overseas.(3) If a married couple is living separate and apart either because of the husband's desertion or some other breakdown of the marital relationship, the husband's consent to the termination of his wife's pregnancy under RCW 9.02.070 is not required even though no legal separation (e.g., decree of separate maintenance under RCW 26.08.120) has been granted.
AGO 1955 No. 48 >  March 28, 1955
COUNTIES - PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS - DEPUTIES - APPOINTMENT - RESIDENCE
COUNTIES ‑- PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS ‑- DEPUTIES ‑- APPOINTMENT ‑- RESIDENCE A board of county commissioners can determine the number of deputy prosecuting attorneys necessary for their county and the salary to be paid to each, but may not participate in the selection and removal of such deputies. A deputy prosecuting attorney must be a resident for voting purposes in the county which he serves.
AGO 1952 No. 400 >  September 9, 1952
PORT COMMISSIONERS - QUALIFICATION FOR OFFICE - RESIDENCE - DOMICILE
PORT COMMISSIONERS ‑- QUALIFICATION FOR OFFICE ‑- RESIDENCE ‑- DOMICILE A person's domicile remains in the county precinct where he has maintained his home although he has, for social and business convenience, lived for a time in another place if his intent is that his domicile remain at the place of his usual home.
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