The act or process of evicting; or state of being evicted; the recovery of lands, tenements, etc., from another's possession by due course of law; dispossession by paramount title or claim of such title; ejectment; ouster.
Dispossession by process of law; the act of depriving a person of the possession of land or rental property which he has held or leased. Act of turning a tenant out of possession, either by re-entry or legal proceedings.
when your landlord or estate agent have thrown you out, you have been evicted. Only the Residential Tenancies Tribunal can order evictions, and then only after the correct termination notice has been served by the landlord/real estate. If you're a boarder or lodger you can be evicted without having to go through this process. Beware the head-tenant.
To put out or force out a tenant using the proper legal process. This process is different for each province and territory (see the Provincial and Territorial Fact sheets for information related to a specific province or territory).
a court-administered proceeding for removing a tenant from a rental unit because the tenant has violated the rental agreement or did not comply with a notice ending the tenancy (also called an " unlawful detainer" lawsuit).
A process by which the landlord tries to recover control of his/her property by having the tenant removed based on legal violations. Financial District - A Manhattan neighborhood located in the middle of the Southern most tip of the island between Battery Park City and South Street Seaport.
The process of legally removing a tenant from a rental unit or rental property. The eviction process begins with notice to the tenant and moves on to court action if the tenant does not come to compliance with the terms of the lease.
The legal process of removing a tenant from the premises as a result of a breach of a lease. The distrubance of a tenant's enjoyment of any material part of a leased premises by an act of the landlord, or by a claim of superior title by a third party.
Eviction, also known as unlawful detainer, summary possession, or forcible detainer in some jurisdictions, is the removal of a tenant from rental property by a law enforcement officer. Before a tenant can be evicted, a landlord must win an eviction lawsuit.