I have found the phrase "court of domicile" in various contexts, and now I'm wondering if I'm right to assume that this means 'home' court for someone. For instance, in the following example, does "court of domicile" mean roughly 'the court in the defendant's home town'?
The defendant should be sued at their court of domicile
If it means something else, then what does it mean? And also, is there another word or phrase that refers to someone's "home court"?
Edit: Now I've found examples of "court of residence" as well, but I can't quite make out whether there is a difference between the two, and, if so, what the difference would be. Some examples contain both, as in
Whether the court of domicile or the court of residence of the parties is competent to deal with the issue remains to be seen
which suggests that there is a difference.
Any clarification here would be greatly appreciated!