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1(of tenant, squatter)desalojo masculinedesahucio masculinemasculine lanzamientobefore noun eviction notice — apercibimiento de desahucio / desalojo masculine
- eviction order — orden de desalojo
- At that date it was apparent that the claimant had decided not to pursue any proceedings for unlawful eviction.
- The description of the children prior to the family's eviction would be of concern to anyone.
- The group also retained an attorney and filed two lawsuits challenging the evictions in the two counties.
- The minister contends it is not the legislation that causes the eviction of the appellants.
- Most evictions work a hardship on the person or family being evicted.
2(of demonstrators)desalojo masculine
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