eviction : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n action by a landlord that compels a tenant to leave the premises (as by rendering the premises unfit for occupancy); no physical expulsion or legal process is involved
- n the expulsion of someone (such as a tenant) from the possession of land by process of law
- Court orders a halt to the mass eviction of Tamils from the capital, but their fear of persecution remains.
- Before eviction writs can be enforced, it must be shown that the people to be evicted have been told why it is happening and given an opportunity to solve the problem.
- The eviction went off relatively smoothly, although eight people were slightly injured, one of them a police officer who had acid thrown in his face by a settler militant.
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in AFP
I have said before that the eviction of families and demolition of homes in east Jerusalem is not in keeping with Israeli obligations,Clinton told reporters at a Washington press conference alongside Jordanian counterpart Nasser Judeh....
- Didier Drogba in This is London
Drogba said: "I have found Jose Mourinho's eviction pretty hard to take. It changes an awful lot of things. I'm on my way back from a knee injury and at the moment I am in the sort of nervous state I've never even dreamed about before. His departure...
- Ambika Soni in Daily News & Analysis
This will enable eviction of unauthorised occupants of the properties without delay,Union Information and broadcasting minister Ambika Soni said.