A putting or driving out. The act of depriving a member of a corporation,legislative body, assembly, society, commercial organization, etc., of his membershipin the same, by a legal vote of the body itsc-lf, for breach of duty, Improperconduct, or other sufficient cause. New York Protec- tive Ass’n v. McGrath (Super. Ct.) 5N. Y. Supp. 10; Palmetto Lodge v. Hubbell, 2 Strob. (S. C.) 402, 49 Am. Dec. 604. Also,in the law of torts and of landlord and tenant, an eviction or forcible putting out See EXPEL.
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