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expel

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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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Another dire discovery by the report was the fact that eviction doesn't take place according to the degree of risk residents are subjected to.
But many should think again before undertaking a DIY eviction.
The Real Deal reported in March that the number of city court cases that precede evictions and legal possessions, known as holdovers, fell in the first few months of 2009.
But Richard Wheelock, a housing supervisory attorney for the Legal Assistance Foundation, said that illegal evictions are attributed to the economic self-interest of mortgagees.
Shelter Cymru will feature on Eye on Wales today at 6pm on BBC Radio Wales discussing stock transfer and evictions in Wales.
Unfortunately, the remaining family member, who had recently lost her job, said it would take an eviction to force her to leave.
Officers insisted on carrying out the eviction despite being warned by a caretaker that the guide dog was inside the property.
Commonly blamed for stimulating evictions by taking cropland out of production, in Poinsett County the New Deal crop reduction program ultimately failed, in part because even while the AAA paid farmers to reduce acreage, other government loans helped bring more delta land under cultivation.
Evictions in other states will be subject to laws and rules which differ in some or many ways.
The book's title refers both to literal evictions of homeless people from public spaces and discursive exclusions of whole schools of thought - notably feminism and multiculturalism - from dominant theories of public space.
Further, renting to criminals can lead to dramatic declines in property values, severe property damage, drug raids, toxic contamination from drug labs, loss of rent during evictions and repairs, and animosity between residents and managers.
Data released today by the Fair Rent Coalition (FRC), a non-profit coalition of East Palo Alto tenants and concerned community members, show sharp increases in unlawful detainer filings and completed evictions in Page Mill Properties' Woodland Park apartment portfolio.
I would like to see Cardiff Council commit publicly to no more bedroom-tax evictions and to start creating merry hell about the impact austerity is having on our capital.
The tenant eviction and rent recovery is backing calls for fasttrack evictions amid speculations that the Government is planning to put measures in place to speed up the eviction process for private landlords following concerns that pressures on the courts are leading to lengthy delays.
uk/9millionrenters, campaigning for the Government to protect renters from "unfair" evictions.