reduction ousting particularly the removal of a business officer from his workplace
- reduction; ousting; specially, the removal of a corporate officer from their office.
- starvation of ownership.
placing or turning away; dispossession of lands. Ouster is an amotion of ownership. 3 Bl. Comm. 399, 208. A moving or holding away; the wrongful taking of private chattels. Archb. Civil PI. Introd. c. 2,
(letter.) Removal; ousting; especially, removing a corporate officer from his office.
- (letter.) Deprivation of possession.