actual eviction


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actual eviction

Removing someone from property either by force or by legal process. Contrast with constructive eviction, in which property is rendered unusable because of some action or inaction of the landlord.
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In this chapter, the authors are careful to distinguish between the formal expropriations (which affected relatively few because of the extreme land concentration) and the actual evictions.
HMS pools the money from the various owners who elect to pay the fee and then divides that money among the actual evictions that happen over the course of the year.
A large number of notices seeking possession, the first step in obtaining an eviction, together with a number of actual evictions have also been carried out.