Evict

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Legal ConsequencePlay
Evicting someone often involves legal processes and is not done casually. SlideThe eviction cannot proceed without a court order.
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Negative ExperiencePlay
Eviction is usually a distressing and stigmatized experience for the person affected. SlideAfter being evicted, she struggled to find a new apartment.
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Last ResortPlay
Landlords typically evict tenants as a last resort, often due to repeated violations. SlideHe warned the tenant several times before deciding to evict.