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California Revenue and Taxation Code Section 17014

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17014.  (a) "Resident" includes:
   (1) Every individual who is in this state for other than a
temporary or transitory purpose.
   (2) Every individual domiciled in this state who is outside the
state for a temporary or transitory purpose.
   (b) Any individual (and spouse) who is domiciled in this state
shall be considered outside this state for a temporary or transitory
purpose while that individual:
   (1) Holds an elective office of the government of the United
States, or
   (2) Is employed on the staff of an elective officer in the
legislative branch of the government of the United States as
described in paragraph (1), or
   (3) Holds an appointive office in the executive branch of the
government of the United States (other than the armed forces of the
United States or career appointees in the United States Foreign
Service) if the appointment to that office was by the President of
the United States and subject to confirmation by the Senate of the
United States and whose tenure of office is at the pleasure of the
President of the United States.
   (c) Any individual who is a resident of this state continues to be
a resident even though temporarily absent from the state.
   (d) For any taxable year beginning on or after January 1, 1994,
any individual domiciled in this state who is absent from the state
for an uninterrupted period of at least 546 consecutive days under an
employment-related contract shall be considered outside this state
for other than a temporary or transitory purpose.
   (1)  For purposes of this subdivision, returns to this state,
totaling in the aggregate not more than 45 days during a taxable
year, shall be disregarded.
   (2)  This subdivision shall not apply to any individual, including
any spouse described in paragraph (3), who has income from stocks,
bonds, notes, or other intangible personal property in excess of two
hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) in any taxable year in which the
employment-related contract is in effect. In the case of an
individual who is married, this paragraph shall be applied to the
income of each spouse separately.
   (3)  Any spouse who is absent from the state for an uninterrupted
period of at least 546 consecutive days to accompany a spouse who,
under this subdivision, is considered outside this state for other
than a temporary or transitory purpose shall, for purposes of this
subdivision, also be considered outside this state for other than a
temporary or transitory purpose.
   (4) This subdivision shall not apply to any individual if the
principal purpose of the individual's absence from this state is to
avoid any tax imposed by this part.

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