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evict (one) from (some place)

To force one to leave some place, especially one's residence. The landlord will evict us from the building if we keep making so much noise! I'm afraid we're going to have to evict you from the club if you continue this behavior.
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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 leader also asserted that the NHA's reasoning 'does not make sense' as the poor in the area who are already benefitting from the housing program will be evicted if the plan will be implemented.
But the use of the High Court enforcement officers is controversial as they can turn up with little notice and (where the processes have not been correctly followed) the tenant may not even know that they are actually going to be evicted, let alone when.
Becoming homeless for long hours during each day, these families have been evicted more than ten times during this year alone.
All that mess outside is what has happened when we were evicted. People will think that's how we had it when we lived there - that's not true.
08CV1389) on behalf of a client who sustained grievous injuries in an automobile accident after she was allegedly wrongfully evicted from the Downtown Denver Westin Hotel in the middle of the night.
So the returns diminish quite rapidly once you evict someone.
Hotel ChelseaThe Chetrit Group has filed motions to evict 10 longtime tenants from the Hotel Chelsea, DNAinfo reported, confirming fears that the owners' statements upon purchasing the hotel, which indicated tenants would be allowed to stay, would prove false.
ACTIVISTS campaigning against financial inequality and banking excesses look set to remain camped outside St Paul's Cathedral well into next year after plans to evict them were halted.
He said he will evict the family if they do not pay up by Friday, adding: "I think they have money, but they are hiding the money."
Should landlords fail to receive rent pay-may be left with no alternative but to evict their tenants but landlords should think again before undertaking a DIY eviction.
If the recommendations become permanent policy, they will make it possible, from now on, to evict laborers who bear children in Israel as long as the children do not reach the age of five in Israel.
The latest court order will enable the ministry to evict everyone from the land and begin planning for the government housing town.
MAKKAH: A judge at Makkah High Court has issued orders to forcibly evict eight tenants who persisted in their refusal to pay rent.
A 68-year-old grandmother who "self-medicates" with cannabis because she claims it helps her fight illnesses and depression last night said she would fight housing company plans to evict her.
While violent attacks and hate crimes directed at day laborers have gained notoriety for Farmingville, local officials mounted a systematic effort to evict Latino immigrants from their homes based on technical violations of housing codes.