evict


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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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The Chetrits have also moved to evict several other tenants who are behind on rent -- though those tenants say they haven't paid because the renovations have severely damaged living conditions.
the following: Changing the lock while the tenant is out; Using violence or threats to force the tenant to leave; Attempting to evict a tenant before the proper legal procedure has been followed.
We had the first batch ordered to evict the place, but they didn't, although some did it willingly.
Graham Kinnear, managing director at Landlord Assist, said: "Although many private landlords provide a good quality service to their tenants, there is a minority who believe that they are above the law and can evict tenants without taking the required steps.
Since landlords are not allowed to evict tenants by force, many tenants default on rent payments.
Milecastle Housing, the association with which she is a tenant, held a board meeting to discuss her future, and decided not to evict her immediately but said she will be evicted if she continues using the drug.
When Tahari's lease expired, Trizec immediately commenced litigation to evict the designer from the premises.
In broad terms, a landlord must do the following in order to evict a tenant in violation of their lease:
It would not mean that the government had a basis for doing what it actually did, which was to evict more than 110,000 people of Japanese ancestry (including tens of thousands of U.
Because of these strict policies, PHAs and owners of Section 8 properties can evict tenants for criminal activity, regardless of whether a household member or guest has been arrested or convicted of a crime.
Everyone acknowledges that the doctors who rent office space in the building would not vote to evict Ashley and so it is over.
In the Potsdam Agreement of August 2, 1945, the victorious Allies decided to evict the inhabitants of Silesia (the province of which Breslau was the capital).
Starting a prefetch too early might force us to evict blocks which are requested fairly soon so that we have to initiate more prefetches to avoid stalling for these blocks.
Hoteliers are eyeing Vieques as a hot new tourist destination--that is, if Puerto Ricans can evict the U.
Espada's beleaguered, outgunned tenants haunt him: "I cannot evict them/from my insomniac nights, tenants in the city of coughing and dead radiators.