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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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As a riverside dweller, he was aware of his people's precarious socio-economic and geographical conditions, still worsened by petty, ambitious incoming adventurers and abusive evictors. Narrow dirt roads and muddy trails forced Choco dwellers to use risky river transportation.
Indeed, police would arguably be obligated to prevent the homeowner from breaching the peace in order to protect his home against the authorized evictors.
Davis denies her Atlantic readers the opportunity to vicariously purge themselves through close identification with the travels of the Quaker woman, instead leaving us trapped in Wolfe's old and dispossessed house, which we possess only as his evictors, the working-class korl sculpture yet incriminating our own suspect positions as observers and making culpable the upper-class gaze once more.
Some of the evictors, such as Patrick Sellar, the factor who worked for the Countess of Sutherland, acted despicably.
Expert tree climbers, nicknamed `cherry pickers' tackled tree-dwellers as black boiler-suited evictors drove across the camps on quad-bikes (Manchester Evening News, 21.5.97).