ejectment definition

  • noun:
    • The work or an example of ejecting; dispossession.
    • Law An action to regain possession of real estate held by another.
    • A casting out.
    • A species of combined activity, which lies when it comes to data recovery of control of genuine property, and damages and prices for the wrongful withholding from it.
    • A casting on; a dispossession; an expulsion; ejection.
    • A species of mixed action, which lies when it comes to data recovery of control of real residential property, and problems and charges for the wrongful withholding of it.
    • An ejecting or casting down; particularly, a dispossession; the work of dispossessing or ousting.
    • The work or an instance of ejecting; dispossession.
    • Law An action to regain ownership of real estate held by another.
    • A casting away.
    • A species of combined action, which lies for data recovery of ownership of genuine home, and problems and prices for the wrongful withholding of it.
    • A casting out; a dispossession; an expulsion; ejection.
    • A species of blended activity, which lies the data recovery of possession of genuine property, and damages and costs for the wrongful withholding of it.
    • An ejecting or casting aside; specifically, a dispossession; the work of dispossessing or ousting.

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