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evict

verb  deprive of possession, dislodge, displace, dispossess, disturb, eject, expel, jettison, kick out, oust, put out of house by legal process, recover property, remove, take possession, thrust out, turn adrift, turn out, turn out of doors, turn out of house and home, uproot, wrest property from
Associated concepts: actual eviction, constrictive eviction, partial eviction, total eviction, unlawful eviction
See also: banish, deport, depose, dislocate, dislodge, displace, dispossess, divest, eliminate, exclude, expel, remove
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Although HUD can encourage authorities to evict over-income residents, laws do not allow residents to be removed based solely on income, so authorities do not have to comply with HUD's request.
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.
Graham Kinnear, MD at Landlord Assist says: "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.
We had the first batch ordered to evict the place, but they didn't, although some did it willingly.
Since landlords are not allowed to evict tenants by force, many tenants default on rent payments.
The Public Order Act 1994 allows councils to seek a court order to remove unauthorised travellers from their own land, while the police have powers to evict unauthorised campers immediately if they damage property, use threatening behaviour or have six or more vehicles on the land.
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.
The new regulations would add several thousand dollars to the cost of converting an apartment unit to a condo, potentially discouraging some developers who would find it more expensive to evict tenants.
While violent attacks and hate crimes directed at day laborers have gained notoriety for Farmingville, local officials mounted a systematic effort to evict Latino immigrants from their homes based on technical violations of housing codes.
This week, rather than voting to evict one of the nominees, viewers will instead vote to move one of the contestants into an adjacent house, where they will then be joined by the five new kids on the block.
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: