See dispossession.

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  • dispossessory warrant — see warrant Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • dispossessory — adj. pertaining to dispossession; pertaining to eviction, pertaining to the act of driving away …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dispossessory — dis·possessory …   English syllables

  • dispossessory — …   Useful english dictionary

  • dispossessory warrant — |dis+... noun Etymology: dispossess + ory : a warrant giving authority to dispossess (as by eviction) …   Useful english dictionary

  • dispossess — dispossession, n. dispossessor, n. dispossessory /dis peuh zes euh ree/, adj. /dis peuh zes /, v.t. 1. to put (a person) out of possession, esp. of real property; oust. 2. to banish. 3. to abandon ownership of (a building), esp …   Universalium

  • dispossess — /dɪspəˈzɛs / (say dispuh zes) verb (t) to put (a person) out of possession, especially of real property; oust. –dispossessed, adjective –dispossession, noun –dispossessor, noun –dispossessory /dɪspəˈzɛsəri/ (say dispuh zesuhree), adjective …   Australian-English dictionary

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