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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 reform of the articulation of the deportation and over-indebtedness procedures, included in the ELAN bill: the aim is to allow tenants in good faith who have resumed the payment of their rent to stay in their homes; paying the repayment of their rental debt; improvement of early warning processing tools within local eviction prevention committees to act as early as possible; strengthening the effectiveness of debt clearance schemes; the development of early relocation mechanisms, especially within the social housing.
On February 21, 2014, the Land and Human Rights Advocacy Organisation did an open letter to the Government of Kenya and other state actors on land, environment and natural resources, opposing eviction of the Sengwer community from Embobut forest, to conserve the forest biodiversity.
While positive steps have been taken by the DLD towards further increasing transparency in the rental sector, it would appear that eviction procedures in Dubai are still often misunderstood.
I chose to focus on eviction in Milwaukee because I thought the story of the American city was being written on the margins.
The Shamasneh family is one of at least 180 households in East-Jerusalem, mainly in Sheikh Jarrah, Silwan, the Old City and Beit Safafa, facing the threat of eviction from their homes.
While there was always reason to think the foreclosure crisis would abate as prices stabilized and lenders adopted stricter underwriting, nothing in Evicted suggests that the eviction crisis will necessarily diminish in due course.
The World Bank has approved $130 million worth of new loans for Cambodia, ending a five-year freeze in new lending to the country following a spate of controversial forced evictions by the government.
Moreover, Section 28 discourages eviction and demolition in slum areas.
Perversely, I was told that family would not be allowed back in their former home, after the eviction, when we offered full payment of all arrears.
Number of Eviction Records Per Year (In Millions) 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2.
Is the understanding of the estate agent about eviction notice correct or can I give a 12-month eviction notice at any time?
A recent report stated that 200,000 people suffered from socalled revenge evictions in the last year, whereby landlords have served tenants with eviction notices for requesting repairs to be made to the property.
FOUR homes are at risk every day in Coventry as families face threats of repossession and eviction.
Landlord Assist, a tenant eviction and rent collection firm, has raised concerns that the new legislation would be used by troublesome tenants to hinder legitimate evictions rather than root out rogue landlords.
Rachelle submitted to her eviction and said her good luck to her closest houseguest this season.