evict (one) from (some place)

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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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It had a lot of loans backed by primary residences and therein was its big dilemma: would it evict someone from their home, especially as it was considered a social movement or a state bank.
"I would make it illegal to evict someone from their home except for extreme circumstances of anti-social behaviour or not engaging at all with payments."
"It should not be easy to evict someone from his home, certainly not when we are talking about an elderly man who has lived there for many years," they wrote in their ruling.
If the building is decontrolled, I'll ask for extra--at least four months' worth--security, which is usually the same amount of time it takes to evict someone from a decontrolled building.