NOR

(redirected from Not Ordinarily Resident)
AcronymDefinition
NORNorman (Amtrak station code; Norman, OK)
NORNotice of Race (sailing)
NORNorway
NORNorth of the River (Bakersfield, CA)
NORNorwegian (language)
NORNot Or (electronic logic gate)
NORNormal Position
NORNormal Operating Range
NORNotice Of Revision
NORNo Original Research (Wikipedia)
NORNot Ordinarily Resident (various nations)
NORnot or
NORNotice of Readiness
NORNew Ohio Review (Ohio University; Athens, OH)
NORNumber on Roll
NORNitric Oxide Reductase
NORNucleolus Organizer Region
NORNucleolar Organizing Region
NORNet Operating Result
NORNorth of Range (Installation and locations north of the Alaskan Range Army)
NORNormal Order Reduction (lambda calculus reduction strategy)
NORNavy Outdoor Recreation (US Navy)
NORNo Operation Replacement (computer programming)
NORNot Otherwise Rated
NORNissan OffRoad
NORNatural Object Recognition
NORNon-Operating Reefer (shipping industry)
NORNATO Operational Requirement
NORNot Operational Ready
NORNaval Oceanographic Requirements
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There is exception to the above rules on keeping the FCNR accounts to people who are NROR (Resident But Not Ordinarily Resident).
During the two-year period that you are resident but not ordinarily resident, the interest will be tax free in India under section 10(15)(iv)(fa) of the Income-tax Act.
"Treatment in NHS emergency departments is free for patients that are not ordinarily resident in the UK, although any subsequent treatment as a result of admission to hospital is chargeable.
The CBDT had said that the ITR-1 can be filed by an individual who "is resident other than not ordinarily resident and having an income of up to Rs 50 lakh.
All other persons of Cypriot origin not ordinarily resident in Cyprus were entitled to citizenship on application, provided the grant of Cypriot citizenship kept a ratio of 4 to 1 as between the two core communities.
The Infrastructure Bill defines non-native species as those that are "not ordinarily resident in, or a regular visitor to, Great Britain".
The move is aimed at non- resident Indians and those not ordinarily resident.
The newspapers have said under the Clause 4 of the DTC, the status of an Indian resident but not ordinarily resident, currently available under section 6 (6) of the Indian Income Tax Act of 1961, is sought to be removed.
THE term "overseas visitors" is used to describe patients of any nationality who are not ordinarily resident in the UK.
residents but not ordinarily resident or not domiciled in the United Kingdom were not taxed on their worldwide income in the United Kingdom.
All water users must understand it is an offence to allow to escape into the wild, any animal which is not ordinarily resident in or a regular visitor to Great Britain in a wild state.'