1. To expel (a person, esp. a tenant) from real property, usu. by legal process. ¡ª Also termed put out.
2. Archaic. To recover (property or title) from a person by legal process. [Cases: Landlord and Tenant 171(1). C.J.S. Landlord and Tenant ¡ì 445.] ¡ª evictor, n.
How would a bilingual lawyer translate the term EVICT into Chinese?
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