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Synonyms for evict

expel

Synonyms for evict

Synonyms for evict

expel or eject without recourse to legal process

expel from one's property or force to move out by a legal process

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It seems unlikely that the angst-ridden anarchist will be chosen as she creates such a stir, while evicting someone blameless would leave the
With some rent-controlled units going for less than half of what other apartments in the same building rent for, the economic rewards for evicting long-term tenants are higher than they've ever been - in some cases, hundreds of dollars a month per unit.
Their lawyers told Justice Sheridan the council didn't have to give reasons for evicting tenants and had to give them only a week's notice.
If one of these tenants is delinquent in rent," Ward noted, "the federal government prevents the property owner from evicting that tenant, but, on the other hand, the federal government can expel any such tenant at any time and for any reason, including no reason.
THE House of Lords is expected to rule today on whether a city council breached the human rights of a family of gypsies by evicting them from a public recreation area.
The authority, she said, treats each drug incident on a case-by-case basis, often evicting the drug user while moving his or her family to another apartment.