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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"While we are not resisting the move to evict us from this place, we are requesting the county government to build affordable stalls and give the affected people the first priority," she said.NO RECORDSShe said it was unfortunate that the names of the displaced traders had not been recorded.
'Now, their plan has been unveiled-it is to flatten [Marawi] and evict us from our ancestral homes and lands, which they plan to give to private developers,' he said.
On the third day of our sojourn, a Shabbat morning, as German hotel staff banged on our door to evict us from the room, we realized precisely how much things could go wrong.
I heard some authorities threatened that if we don't accept the resolution of relocating to Andong, they will take administrative action to evict us from this old building,' she said, referring to the building where many of the evictees live without permission.
"(BC Hydro) doesn't have the right to evict us from our Treaty 8 territory.
They said they'd evict us from our home if we didn't accept it.
Umm Radwa, an Egyptian housewife, said: "Giving unconvincing reasons to evict us from our flats is not acceptable at all.
We see this as an attempt to evict us from our birthright.
Sure enough, we don't have the Brits breaking down our doors to evict us from our homes because we can't pay the rent.
If we can create this kind of havoc after being removed from one house in Hebron, imagine what we'll do if you try to evict us from the rest of the West Bank."
All three, and many more, are empowered by the judiciary to repossess possessions, evict us from our homes, collect taxes, break down our doors, shout about our shame to the neighbourhood; enforce payments on Magistrates' courtfines, council tax, VAT, child support arrears and they can even arrest us.
"When I was on a similar camp in Devon protesting about the A30 it took them two-and-a-half years to evict us from when the 48-hour notice was served."