What is ejectment?
It is a civil action brought to obtain possession of real property. The person bringing the action must be out of possession but has a right to possession as well as the right to remove the one who is either in possession or who has some claim or interest in the land and to compel that person to assert their interest or be barred from asserting it in the future. It can be brought to determine a question of title to the property. It can be used when the owner of an adjoining property has taken possession of a portion of the property. It can include a claim for lost profits and can be based on true legal title. It can also be based upon equitable title, such as a situation in which a purchaser of a property has not yet obtained a deed but has a contract and has performed and paid or is ready to pay.
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