The concept of ‘resident of a contracting state’ fulfils a crucial role in determining the treaty’s personal scope of application. In the majority of treaties which contain a personal scope article, qualification as a resident of a contracting state is the sine qua non of a claim to treaty benefits. The approach to residence as adopted in UK treaties has an impact on the ability of persons in third countries to benefit from treaties, in addition to resolving dual residence problems.

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