Casual ejector

Casual ejector, In ejectment, a nominal defendant, and who continues such until appearance by or for the tenant in possession.

Source: Tomlins, Thomas Edlyne. The Law-Dictionary. Vol. I. London: Andrew Strahan, et al, 1797.

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