An eviction is a legal compulsion for someone with no rights to occupy to vacate the premises and normally involves a court bailiff, following an order from the Tenancy Tribunal terminating a tenancy. It’s what needs to be done when a tenant remains in place after termination has been ordered. The easy way to think of this is that termination relates to the contract, while eviction relates to the property.
Termination of a tenancy is not the same as eviction National Propertyscouts
10 August 2020
Landlords can terminate a tenancy but not evict the tenant from the property