eviction


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Synonyms for eviction

Synonyms for eviction

the act of ejecting or the state of being ejected

Synonyms for eviction

action by a landlord that compels a tenant to leave the premises (as by rendering the premises unfit for occupancy)

the expulsion of someone (such as a tenant) from the possession of land by process of law

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An additional axis dedicated to the management of specific issues relating to health, access to rights and also to employment has therefore been added to avoid as much as possible the use of the rental eviction judgment in France.
The groups said the eviction was a gross violation of human rights, given that the Sengwer people are a marginalised ethnic group of hunter- gatherers, who have for centuries regarded the forest as their ancestral and communal land.
It is often assumed that a landlord can demand eviction at its discretion, so long as it provides sufficient notice to the tenant.
AaAaAeAcAaAaAeA@1/4oeThe EU missions in Jerusalem and Ramallah recall the succes Foreign Affairs Council Conclusions and statements in which the EU has repeated its strong opposition to Israel's settlement policy and actions taken in this context, including evictions and demolitions,AaAaAeAcAaAaAeA@1/4 the statement said.
The part of the housing economy Desmond describes, which I call the Eviction Economy (Desmond does not use that label), is a private market economy: the tenants in the Eviction Economy do not live in public housing and have not been able to access housing subsidies in the form of Section 8 vouchers, for which there are very long waiting lists in most areas (pp.
The bank froze new lending in 2011 over mass evictions at the Phnom Penh's Boeung Kak lake - although it continued to administer loans promised before the freeze and also allowed money held in trust by the bank for other countries to be passed on to the nation.
The law's mandatory requirements for eviction or demolition orders involving underprivileged and homeless citizens include adequate temporary or permanent relocation, and at least 30-day notice prior to the date of eviction or demolition.
A new TransUnion report reveals that the number of yearly apartment evictions in 2014 reached the lowest level in five years.
It is understood that you wish to seek eviction of your tenant from the apartment owned by you in Dubai, for your own personal use, and that you had renewed the tenancy contract in the month of August this year.
However, our concern is that the new Bill penalises the majority of landlords by tipping the balance of the eviction process more in favour of tenants who may use the new measures to hold up eviction proceedings against them.
In the past 12 months, 1,392 homes in the city were subject to mortgage repossession or eviction court orders -In the past 12 months, 1,392 homes in the city were subject to mortgage repossession or eviction court orders as tenants and mortgage-payers strug-TURN TO PAGE 2 TURN TO PAGE 2 gled to meet their financial obligations.
The ability to repossess a property from problem tenants and launch eviction proceedings against them is an essential right of landlords, especially at a time when demand for rented accommodation is outstripping supply and landlords want to limit the length of void periods.
Comes the eviction day, as expected Rachelle went out the house and join the jury.
The notices that we receive the most questions about are the eviction notices.