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amotion of possession

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  • possession — Having control over a thing with the intent to have and to exercise such control. Oswald v. Weigel, 219 Kan. 616, 549 P.2d 568, 569. The detention and control, or the manual or ideal custody, of anything which may be the subject of property, for… …   Black's law dictionary

  • amotion — /smowshan/ A putting or turning out, as the eviction of a tenant or a removal from office. Dispossession of lands. Ouster is an amotion of possession. A moving or carrying away; the wrongful taking of personal chattels. In corporation law, the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • amotion — /smowshan/ A putting or turning out, as the eviction of a tenant or a removal from office. Dispossession of lands. Ouster is an amotion of possession. A moving or carrying away; the wrongful taking of personal chattels. In corporation law, the… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Amotion — A*mo tion, n. [L. amotio. See {Amove}.] 1. Removal; ousting; especially, the removal of a corporate officer from his office. [1913 Webster] 2. Deprivation of possession. [1913 Webster] || …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • amotion — aˈmōshən, əˈ noun ( s) Etymology: Latin amotion , amotio removal, from amotus (past participle of amovēre to remove) + ion , io ion more at amove 1. a. : removal of a specified object from a place or position b …   Useful english dictionary

  • ouster — A putting out; dispossession; amotion of possession. A species of injuries to things real, by which the wrong doer gains actual occupation of the land, and compels the rightful owner to seek his legal remedy in order to gain possession. An ouster …   Black's law dictionary

  • dispossession — Changing from the possession of one person to that of another; ouster; a wrong or injury that carries with it the amotion of possession thereby getting the wrongdoer into the actual occupation of the land or hereditament, and obliging him who has …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • intrusion — Act of wrongfully entering upon or taking possession of property of another. See also encroachment trespass. At common law, a species of injury by ouster or amotion of possession from the freehold, being an entry of a stranger, after a particular …   Black's law dictionary

  • intrusion — Act of wrongfully entering upon or taking possession of property of another. See also encroachment trespass. At common law, a species of injury by ouster or amotion of possession from the freehold, being an entry of a stranger, after a particular …   Black's law dictionary

  • Criminal damage in English law — A smashed shop window – photographed on 7 May 2005 In English law, causing criminal damage was originally a common law offence. The offence was largely concerned with the protection of dwellings and the food supply, and few sanctions were imposed …   Wikipedia

  • History of perpetual motion machines — The history of perpetual motion machines dates back to the Middle Ages. For millennia, it was not clear whether perpetual motion devices were possible or not, but the development of modern thermodynamics has indicated that they are impossible.… …   Wikipedia


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