eviction

eviction
noun
Zwangsräumung, die

the eviction of the tenant — die zwangsweise Vertreibung des Mieters [aus seiner Wohnung]

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[-ʃən]
noun die Vertreibung
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evic·tion
[ɪˈvɪkʃən]
I. n Zwangsräumung f
a court order for the \eviction of the squatters ein gerichtlich bestätigter Räumungsbefehl gegen die Hausbesetzer
II. adj attr, inv
\eviction notice/order Räumungsbescheid m/-befehl m
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[I'vIkSən]
n
Ausweisung f
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eviction s JUR
1. a) Zwangsräumung f
b) Heraussetzung f (eines Mieters oder Pächters):
action for eviction US Räumungsklage f;
eviction order US Räumungsurteil n
2. Wiederinbesitznahme f
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noun
Zwangsräumung, die

the eviction of the tenant — die zwangsweise Vertreibung des Mieters [aus seiner Wohnung]

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n.
Exmission f.
Räumung -en f.
Zwangsräumung f.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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