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evict

someone from some place to force someone to move out of something or some place. They evicted the squatters from the building. They were evicted from their home for not paying their mortgage.
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the following: Changing the lock while the tenant is out; Using violence or threats to force the tenant to leave; Attempting to evict a tenant before the proper legal procedure has been followed.
Over the next 18 months, litigation went from State Court to Appellate Court, where a judge ruled to evict Tahari, who ultimately vacated the building in January 2005, 18 months after the expiration of his original lease.
If, after receiving a termination notice, the tenant does not vacate or resolve the issue in dispute, the landlord can file a lawsuit to evict.
It would not mean that the government had a basis for doing what it actually did, which was to evict more than 110,000 people of Japanese ancestry (including tens of thousands of U.
Because of these strict policies, PHAs and owners of Section 8 properties can evict tenants for criminal activity, regardless of whether a household member or guest has been arrested or convicted of a crime.
Everyone acknowledges that the doctors who rent office space in the building would not vote to evict Ashley and so it is over.
In the Potsdam Agreement of August 2, 1945, the victorious Allies decided to evict the inhabitants of Silesia (the province of which Breslau was the capital).
Of the votes cast, 2,278,158 (69 per cent) chose Melanie, with a further 580,103 voting to evict Darren (18 per cent) and 424,575 (13 per cent) to evict Craig.
Hoteliers are eyeing Vieques as a hot new tourist destination--that is, if Puerto Ricans can evict the U.
Espada's beleaguered, outgunned tenants haunt him: "I cannot evict them/from my insomniac nights, tenants in the city of coughing and dead radiators.
Firstly, before any action can be taken, a multitude of agencies must put together a report which will provide sufficient evidence to ensure the magistrates can evict tenants from their property.
Subsequently, many landlords struggling to receive rent payments are left with no alternative but to evict their tenants.
According to the Post, rent-stabilized tenants of Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village will file a $40 million class-action lawsuit today against building owner Tishman Speyer, alleging that the company is trying to evict them unfairly.
But Tompkins, who gets pounds 4000 a month from him and lives there with her boyfriend, said Jackson was "evil" to evict his son.