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eviction

Removal of a tenant from property. Eviction may be lawful, pursuant to authorization contained in the lease; it may be warranted by breaches on the part of the tenant, such as nonpayment of rent, or by other factors such as expiration of the lease by its own terms. Unlawful eviction normally will give the tenant a right to damages and in appropriate cases a right to be restored to possession of the property. Also see constructive eviction.
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Launched in July 2016, the interdepartmental action plan for the prevention of tenant evictions is the first document to be drawn up at the national level, the government's overall strategy to reduce the number of tenant evictions.
What makes them bitter, however, is that the forests they spent decades conserving were soon cleared after evictions by other people who were allocated the land.
When we found a way to count those informal evictions through a survey, we found that 1 in 8 renters in Milwaukee is evicted every two years, which is just an incredible amount of instability.
UN agencies have said the forced evictions left more than 24,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) homeless, including 3,000 children.
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Thus, if landlords have always overcharged poor tenants in poor neighborhoods, it is not clear that that overcharging now itself accounts for the new prevalence of informal and formal and informal evictions.
The World Bank has approved $130 million worth of new loans for Cambodia, ending a five-year freeze in new lending to the country following a spate of controversial forced evictions by the government.
11 (Petra) -- Ongoing forced evictions of Roma in a number of European States, including France and Bulgaria, are a cause for serious concern, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Prince Zeid bin Ra'ad Al Hussein said on Friday.
When Labour councillors voted down Cardiff Plaid's anti-eviction policy in 2013, the public was promised that evictions would not take place.
A new TransUnion report reveals that the number of yearly apartment evictions in 2014 reached the lowest level in five years.
LANDLORD Assist, the nationwide tenant eviction and rent collection firm, is concerned that a new law preventing landlords from evicting tenants for simply pointing out faults and asking for repairs may be used by tenants to frustrate legitimate evictions rather than weed out poor performing landlords.
Landlord Assist, a tenant eviction and rent collection firm, has raised concerns that the new legislation would be used by troublesome tenants to hinder legitimate evictions rather than root out rogue landlords.