ouster

  1. a wrongful dispossession
  2. the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out

ouster

[n] - a person who ousts or supplants someone else 2. [n] - a wrongful dispossession 3. [n] - the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out
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Ouster

An order within an injunction to force a person to leave a property
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Ouster

Oust'er noun [ Prob. from the Old French infin. oster , used substantively. See Oust .] A putting out of possession; dispossession; ejection; disseizin. « Ouster of the freehold is effected by abatement, intrusion, disseizin, discontinuance, or deforcement.» Blackst...
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ouster

A putting out of possession; dispossession; ejection; disseizin. 'Ouster of the freehold is effected by abatement, intrusion, disseizin, discontinuance, or deforcement.' (Blackstone) Ouster le main. [Ouster + F. La main the hand, L. Manus. ... A delivery of lands out of the hands of a guardian, or out of the king's hands, or a judgement given for t...
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ouster

ousting noun the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out
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Ouster

• (n.) A putting out of possession; dispossession; ejection; disseizin.
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ouster

the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out
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Ouster

An ouster is the actual turning out, or keeping excluded, the party entitled to possession of any real property corporeal. An ouster can properly be only from real property corporeal, and cannot be committed of anything movable nor is a mere temporary trespass considered as an ouster. Any continuing act of exclusion from the enjoyment constitutes.....
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Ouster

It refers to the forceful or purpose removal or eviction from the rightful ownership of the property. It is a wrongful desposition of the actual owner from ownership.
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ouster

n. 1) the wrongful dispossession (putting out) of a rightful owner or tenant of real property, forcing the party pushed out of the premises to bring a lawsuit to regain possession. This often arises between partners (in a restaurant or store) or roommates, when one co-owner or co-tenant forces out the other, changes locks or makes occupancy intoler...
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Ouster

1) Wrongfully excluding someone from property, as when a cotenant changes the locks, preventing another cotenant's entry. 2) The removal of a public official from office.
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