An ouster is the actual turning out, or keeping excluded, the party entitled to possession of any real property corporeal.
An ouster can properly be only from real property corporeal, and cannot be committed of anything movable nor is a mere temporary trespass considered as an ouster. Any continuing act of exclusion from the enjoyment constitutes an ouster, even by one tenant in common of his co-tenant.
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