forcible entry and detainer definition

  • adjective:
    • the entering upon and taking and withholding of land and tenements by actual force and assault, along with a stronger hand, to the barrier of the person having the directly to enter.
    • the entering upon and taking and withholding of land and tenements by actual power and physical violence, with a stronger hand, toward hindrance of the individual getting the directly to enter.
    • the penetrating upon and using and withholding of land and tenements by actual force and assault, sufficient reason for a good hand, toward hindrance of the individual obtaining the directly to enter.
    • the penetrating upon and taking and withholding of land and tenements by real power and assault, in accordance with a solid hand, to the hindrance of the person having the right to enter.
    • the entering upon and using and withholding of land and tenements by real power and violence, and with a strong hand, to the hindrance of the person having the right to enter.
    • the entering upon and taking and withholding of land and tenements by actual power and violence, in accordance with a very good hand, on hindrance of the individual having the straight to enter.
    • the penetrating upon and taking and withholding of land and tenements by actual force and physical violence, and with a powerful hand, into barrier of the person obtaining the right to enter.
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