eviction


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Related to eviction: eviction notice, constructive eviction
  • noun

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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When residents refuse to comply with the eviction, "they face unlawful forced evictions [by the riot police and recently by military police] and arbitrary arrests under repressive laws," Allen said.
Despite the large number facing eviction, only one of the contestants will be leaving the house.
In Cook County, tenants facing an illegal eviction often learn about it when they open their door to a sheriff's deputy telling them to leave.
When officials arrived for the eviction process, several people threatened to commit suicide together, and showed their intent by brandishing kerosene cans and lights.
Mrs Aston said the eviction notice was pushed through her door on Sunday morning while she was out and had no letter of explanation with it.
However, owners must keep in mind that an eviction is a legal process.
The families, living on green belt land at Bulkington, have applied for a judicial review of Nuneaton and Bedworth District Council's decision to exercise eviction procedures.
Eviction/public record checks against all available nationwide databases covering money judgments, possession-only judgments, skips, and property damage claims as well as eviction filings.
Federal law does not require conviction to warrant eviction or termination of tenancy for alleged criminal conduct.
Half of the eviction applications filed in Ontario outside of the GTA were for arrears of less than $625, the centre said.
WHITE farmers in Zimbabwe facing eviction from their land have won a temporary reprieve in the nation's highest court on a legal technicality.
Any commercial landlord or property manager who has ever had to evict a tenant for failing to pay rent knows an eviction can be not only frustratingly slow but also expensive.
In response to the eviction figures provided by Page Mill, FRC President Matthew Fremont responded, "The Sheriff's and Superior Court data are unambiguous and definitive.
I WAS shocked last Thursday to hear that the first "bedroom-tax" eviction in Wales was threatened in Fairwater, and I went along to show my support for the (soon-to-be) evicted tenant.
Tenders are invited for Eviction Assistance Program.