Definition of Detainers

1. Noun. (plural of detainer) ¹



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Definition of Detainers

1. detainer [n] - See also: detainer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Detainers

detailers
detailing
detailingly
detailings
detailless
detailly
details
detain
detainable
detainder
detainders
detained
detainee
detainees
detainer
detainers (current term)
detaining
detainment
detainments
detains
detangle
detangled
detangles
detangling
detartrate
detartrated
detartrates
detartrating
detartration

Literary usage of Detainers

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1. The General Laws of the State of California: From 1850 to 1864, Inclusive by California, United States (1872)
"... eighteen hundred and sixty-one ; an Act to amend an Act entitled an Act concerning forcible entries and unlawful detainers, passed April twenty-second, ..."

2. The Practice at Law, in Equity, and in Special Proceedings in All the Courts by William Wait (1872)
"Forcible entries and detainers. As to the power of the mayors of cities respecting forcible entries or forcible detainers in their respective cities, ..."

3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: During by Great Britain Court of Chancery, Edward Thurlow Thurlow, Alexander Wedderburn Rosslyn, Jonathan Cogswell Perkins (1844)
"Subsequent detainers stand ; according to the practice at law. THE Petitioner, a bankrupt, was committed for a contempt in not having obeyed an Order of the ..."

4. A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of the High Court of Chancery by Henry Maddock, Thomas Huntington (1827)
"... the Court will, on Motion, examine the Parties personally, the Attorney and the Officer, aud discharge him from the Arrest, and from any detainers (u). ..."

5. Selected Cases on the Law of Property in Land by William Albert Finch (1904)
"Forcible entries and detainers. PHELPS v. RANDOLPH. 147 ILLINOIS, 335. — 1893. CRAIG, J.—The time for which the premises were leased had expired when Phelps ..."

6. Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Common Pleas & Exchequer by Great Britain Court of Common Pleas, John Bayly Moore, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, John Scott (1834)
"... although he may be liable to other creditors on several detainers against him; and it must be remembered that the property he has acquired since his ..."

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