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marshal lockout

marshal lockout
 n.— «The REO Realtors often have to go with marshals to what’s called a “marshal lockout,” where the inhabitants of a house refuse to leave until they’re forced out by armed officers.» —“Foreclosures as the Family Business” by Kelly Bennett Voice of San Diego (San Diego, California) Mar. 22, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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