A species of injury by ouster or amotion of possession from the freehold, being an entry of a stranger, after a particular estate of freehold is determined, before him in remainder or reversion. IIu- lick v. Scovil, 9 111. 170; Boylau v. Deinzer, 45 N. J. Eq. 485, 18 Atl. 121. The name of a writ brought by the owner of a fee-simple, etc., against an intruder. New Nat. Brev. 453. Abolished by 3 & 4 Wm. IV. c. 57.
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