Definition of "reentry"
  1. The act of an owner reclaiming property that was previously occupied by another, usually after a specific event such as a tenant abandoning the property or a bank foreclosing on a mortgage
How to use "reentry" in a sentence
  1. If a tenant abruptly vacates an apartment with months left on their lease, the landlord has grounds for reentry.
  2. When a homeowner defaults on their mortgage, the bank may enact a reentry to regain control of the property.
  3. In the event of a lease violation, a landlord may exercise their right of reentry.

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