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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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It is unacceptable that people are evicted with no consultation and no discussion of plans [or alternatives] to eviction - and without being given notice before the eviction.
LANDLORDS should seek professional help and not take the law into their own hands when evicting tenants, says Landlord Assist, the nationwide tenant eviction and rent collection firm.
Citywide, there were 25,027 evictions carried out last year, a 1.
The figures don't reflect the whole story, since eviction cases don't get to court unless the landlord and tenant haven't been able to work something out on their own.
The charity is calling for a more integrated approach to housing management to slow down evictions and reduce homelessness.
But a lurking unaddressed issue affecting the higher relocation benefits is that it may not apply to the hundreds of tenants currently facing evictions.
The 37-year-old research engineer for IBM owns a two-family house in Brooklyn, New York, and he cautions would-be landlords to educate themselves on the eviction process before renting out.
CRAIG is just 11-10 with Bet365 to be the next out of the Big Brother house in Friday's sixth eviction, writes Ian Coyne.
TORONTO -- More than half of eviction orders filed in Ontario from June 1998 to December 2001 were granted without a hearing--and a Toronto advocacy group says that raises questions of fairness.
He added: 'It won't do councillors any harm to be observers at future evictions and see this side of operations at first hand.
217) Evictions and the transition to seasonal day labor proved a threat to the stability of this rural culture, though Whayne unfortunately gives little content to the "customs and rituals" sharecroppers and tenants were reluctant to abandon.