Kentucky Revised Statutes Title XXXII. Ownership and Conveyance of Property § 383.200. Definitions of forcible entry and detainer
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(2) A forcible entry is:
(a) An entry without the consent of the person having the actual possession;
(b) As to landlord, an entry upon the possession of his tenant at will or by sufferance, whether with or without the tenant's consent.
(3) A forcible detainer is:
(a) The refusal of a tenant to give possession to his landlord after the expiration of his term; or of a tenant at will or by sufferance to give possession to the landlord after the determination of his will;
(b) The refusal of a tenant of a person who has made a forcible entry to give possession, on demand, to the person upon whose possession the forcible entry was made;
(c) The refusal of a person who has made a forcible entry upon the possession of one who acquired it by a forcible entry to give possession, on demand, to him upon whose possession the first forcible entry was made;
(d) The refusal of a person who has made a forcible entry upon the possession of a tenant for a term to deliver possession to the landlord, upon demand, after the term expires; and, if the term expires whilst a writ of forcible entry sued out by the tenant is pending, the landlord may, at his cost and for his benefit, prosecute it in the name of the tenant.
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