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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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This steering committee is taking place when the number of legal eviction proceedings registers its first decline for the first time after ten years of constant increase, from 167,000 to 163,000, and while the number of actual expulsions at the end of the procedure, it stabilized around 15,000.
The letter, titled 'The Truth About Embobut Forest Evictions and A Way Forward', was addressed to President Uhuru Kenyatta, the then Enviroment CS Judi Wakhungu, Attorney General Githu Muigai, Environment Committee chairperson Amina Abdalla, and Lands Committee Department chairperson Alex Mwiru.
The formal process we use to execute evictions is so broken that it would be better to just abandon that process altogether.
Forced evictions are always a human rights violation and inevitably put people who are already in a very vulnerable situation at even greater risk.
The Shamasneh family is one of at least 180 households in East-Jerusalem, mainly in Sheikh Jarrah, Silwan, the Old City and Beit Safafa, facing the threat of eviction from their homes.
One possible reform that would promote the goal of minimizing the households in the Eviction Economy while recognizing landlords' interest in obtaining information about applicants would be to give every tenant one (or two) free pass(es) in the form of having her first and perhaps second evictions sealed, at least if the eviction^) were for nonpayment of rent and not for destructive or dangerous behavior.
According to the NGO Inclusive Development, the Boeung Kak evictions are the worst mass expulsions in Cambodia since the evacuation of Phnom Penh by the Khmer Rouge in 1975.
He also noted that this was the latest in a succession of forced evictions of Roma migrants in France, and expressed his concern at reports that further evictions are planned.
On a local scale, major markets also experienced a decline in the number of evictions, with Chicago reducing evictions by 12.
A recent report stated that 200,000 people suffered from socalled revenge evictions in the last year, whereby landlords have served tenants with eviction notices for requesting repairs to be made to the property.
Managing director Graham Kinnear said: "We accept that it is important to prevent revenge evictions from taking place.
The reality is, until you know what the law says about evictions, you don't know where you stand.