(1) A question of domicil as between the state of the forum and another state is determined by the law of the forum.
of domicil as between one or another of several states other than the
the law of each of which differs from that of the other and from that
forum, is determined by the law of the forum.
(1) A domicil of choice is a domicil acquired, through the exercise of his own will, by a person who is legally capable of changing his domicil.
(2) To acquire a domicil of choice, a person must establish a dwelling-place with the intention of making it his home.
(3) The fact of physical presence at a dwelling-place and the intention to make it a home must concur; if they do so, even for a moment, the change of domicil takes place.
§ 21. Presence Under Compulsion
A person cannot acquire a domicil of choice by any act done under legal or physical compulsion.