evins

English translation: evicted

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Romanian term or phrase:evins
English translation:evicted
Entered by: Lavinia Pirlog

08:07 Nov 27, 2006
Romanian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / contract de vanzare-cumparare
Romanian term or phrase: evins
CERERE DE CHEMARE IN GARANTIE


A numitilor ...., cu domiciliul in Bucuresti, str. ......., in calitate de mostenitori ai defunctului ..., de la care am dobandit, prin schimb, imobilul din str. .... pentru ca, in situatia in care voi fi evinsa, chematii in garantie sa fie obligati a ma despagubi.

Avand in vedere ca se pune problema unei evictiuni totale, va rog sa dispuneti chematilor in garantie la restituirea contravalorii imobilului, precum si la daune constand in sporul de valoare adus imobilului de la data achizitionarii bunului... (se va detalia contravaloarea de restituit).


Cu multumiri,
Tweety
Lavinia Pirlog
Romania
Local time: 07:56
evicted
Explanation:
Eviction is a legal process by which a landlord forces a tenant or other occupant to move out of the landlord's property involuntarily and usually permanently. Legal terms for eviction include summary possession, unlawful detainer, and forcible detainer. Eviction is a modern legal process that is governed
by statute. Ejectment is the common-law equivalent.

Most jurisdictions require the landlord to obtain a court order--usually called a writ of eviction before a tenant can be evicted. This usually involves filing a lawsuit in the local housing court, which is then heard by a judge, magistrate, or referee.
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evicted


Explanation:
Eviction is a legal process by which a landlord forces a tenant or other occupant to move out of the landlord's property involuntarily and usually permanently. Legal terms for eviction include summary possession, unlawful detainer, and forcible detainer. Eviction is a modern legal process that is governed
by statute. Ejectment is the common-law equivalent.

Most jurisdictions require the landlord to obtain a court order--usually called a writ of eviction before a tenant can be evicted. This usually involves filing a lawsuit in the local housing court, which is then heard by a judge, magistrate, or referee.


    Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eviction
Laura Genescu (Briciu)
Local time: 07:56
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Native speaker of: Romanian
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agree  silvia karen
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  -> Multumesc frumos, Silvia!

agree  anca mesco
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  -> Mersi frumos, Anca!

agree  Cristina Chaplin
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  -> Mersi frumos, Cristina!

agree  Bogdan Burghelea: to recover (property) through court judgment or superior claim
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agree  Alexandru Molla
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agree  Tudor Soiman
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