Johnson case knew that the ejectment
did not in fact occur and no one
It is permissible to file an action to quiet title, ejectment
, and adverse possession and consolidate them with a partition action to establish the rightful owners of real property and then determine what should be done after title is determined.
147) The language also highlights sovereign immunity, especially considering Lee's holding that officers of the federal government may be sued for ejectment
By holding these provisions invalid, it did not mean that the tenants are automatically subject to ejectment
from their apartments.
If the arrears are still not paid, we have been instructed to commence ejectment
Warren brought an action of ejectment
against Smith, but Warren's lease expired before the case could be heard.
An owner of land, like Shakespeare, had to be completely familiar with entails, uses, and actions for ejectment
23) The Irish economic historian George O'Brien called the Gregory clause "one of the most effective legislative aids to ejectment
In civil trials, the defendant had the right to be represented through counsel, the right to a jury, except in equity cases, and, after imprisonment for debt was abolished, no greater penalties than a judgment for damages, costs, or some special remedy applied against him such as specific performance, rescission, injunction, waste, replevin, or ejectment
from real property.
1980), the court, while deeming proper a declaratory order proceeding to determine the county's property interest in railroad right-of-way, refused to order ejectment
of the railroad, even if the county were found to have title to the fee.
She also represents resident and commercial landlords in eviction and ejectment
First, courts in the early part of the twentieth century compared the junior user's laches defense--that the plaintiff "slept on his rights" for too long and now cannot enforce them--to an adverse possession defense against an ejectment