deforcement definition

  • noun:
    • A keeping out-by power or wrong; a wrongful withholding, since lands or tenements, to which another features the right.
    • opposition to an officer in the execution of legislation.
    • A keeping out-by force or wrong; a wrongful withholding, since lands or tenements, to which another features the right.
    • opposition to an officer into the execution of law.
    • in-law:
    • The withholding of places or tenements to which someone else has a right. It means that the latter has not yet had ownership.
    • In Scots legislation, a resisting of an officer involved with the execution regarding the law.

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